back from the Chicago shows
what I bought at the shows - part two

what I bought at the shows - part one


A blue jay and chickadee made by Barbara Ann MeyerBarbara is the artist who made the pigeons I used in the mill, the artist whose name I could not remember at the time....this time I put her business card in the background.


A half scale wine rack and spice drawers made by Mary & Ron Vogler of M&R Miniatures.


Some inexpensive mass produced pottery...I don't know which shop I got it from.


More mass produced dishes...I bought the dish blanks from True 2 Scale, they are sold to use with decals, which Carol also sells, but I plan to use them as is.  There wasn't a name on the receipt for the mixing bowl and pitcher.


A hens and chicks figurine from Stapleton Porcelains...a glass bottle from Gerd Felka, a glassblower from Germany....and a glass garden cloche from Grapevine Miniatures.

I'll post more pictures tomorrow.


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Those birds are amazing!


Thank you so much for posting the cloches and seller link! I've been looking for one for years!


I love those birds!!

Love the green bowls, too, and everything else - you have the best taste!


I love the birds. :D

The pottery looks wonderful and was an excellent find!


Nice! Can't wait to see more!

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