Thursday, November 18, 2010

Straw Squirrel

Straw squirrel, LivornoI didn't see him at first, he was in a shop window in “Via Roma”.Flat teapot, LivornoSame street, an exotic and unusual teapot.Ladybug hand fanIn “Via Goldoni”, a quite special ladybird is resting on a plant.

17 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

Years since last I saw a Squirrel on me own; have to admit, that I would probably strech a credit card to its limit to obtain that teapot!

Please have a good Thursday.

daily athens

Randy said...

Love the squirrel!

Small City Scenes said...

Awwww, what a sweet Squirrel. Nice window shopping. MB

cieldequimper said...

I like both the squirrel and the ladybird (sorry, that's its name in England). The teapot is obviously for green tea which I dislike.

joo said...

Squirrel is cute and I love ladybird but my favourite is teapot - maybe becasue I love green tea:)

Cezar and Léia said...

So delicate and beautiful decoration!I love the squirrel,my favorite!
Hugs
Léia

Traveling Hawk said...

I could not tell, like cieldequimper did, that the teapot is for green tea but neverthelessI would definitely like to be mine! The squirrel is cute.

B SQUARED said...

Looks like a mischievous little squirrel.

Halcyon said...

Those ladybug decorations are cheesy, but I sort of like them. And straw squirrels are the kind I like! Much better than the real ones who raid my bird feeders. :)

Gunn said...

Looks like a very stylish Japanese tea-pot, and the pink ladybird I think is very cute!:)

Dina said...

Nice results of artists thinking outside the box.

JM said...

Now these are three cute finds! Actually the tea pot is more than cute, it's beautiful.

Lois said...

That squirrel is just adorable!

Francisca said...

You won't believe this, VP, but that squirrel is made by my good friend here in the Philippines. He just received a national product design award for his buri animals. Cool!

VP said...

@ Francisca - Show him my post, so he'll see how far has traveled his creature... My compliments for the design!

Dina said...

Blogging makes it such a small world.

Francisca said...

Oh, I sure will, VP. And you are so right, Dina. :-)