Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Mary Eccher was a member of NAME, an Academy of Honor Member and a great artisan. Sadly, she is no longer living and her family has done a great thing. Items from Mary's private collection are looking for new homes and with each purchase a donation will be made to NAME.
I am beginning with4 tiny roomboxes ( there are lots of them for me to post). All artisan made, most signed and dated. The most famous to be sold are "Gudgel Houses" and collector items. I will tell you the story of these houses and the connection to NAME in another upcoming post.
If you are interested in owning any of these creations, contact me by a private email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by a Facebook private message. All items may be purchased through my PAYPAL or a personal check. I can fill the buyer in n the details of invoicing and payment at the time a buyer commits to an item.
MINI ROOMBOX Number 1
This little room box ( 1/4 " scale interior and furniture) has no makers mark but is definitely has lots of potential to complete the room setting. Measures: 3" length x 2 1/4" width x 2 1/2" height
Price: $20 plus shipping which will be around $3.50-$3.75.
MINI ROOMBOX NUMBER 2
This 1/4 scale room is as cute as can be and measures:
Measures:3" l x 2 3/8" d x 2 1/2" h
The top is removable, no front protective acrylic. Lot s of great details and is a really nice mini roombox.
"Party" Shop made in 1999 and signed by the maker RM (?)
$25 plus shipping which will be around $3.50-3.75. USPS
MINI ROOMBOX NUMBER 3
A BAR Roombox... it reminds me of New Orleans (?). Lots of detail, top removes, front drawer works, front plexiglas removable. A great mini room box- dated 1991 by RM (?)
Price ; $35 plus shipping which will be $3.50 - $3.75
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Friday, December 5, 2014
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Sunday, January 12, 2014
I must admit, for the past 4 weeks, I have just been in a whirling and twirling state of mind.
Maybe pictures will bring you up to date...
The annual miniature exhibit at the Kentucky Horse Park for the " Southern Lights" event in
Lexington, Kentucky was set up just prior to Thanksgiving and ended just after the first of the year.
Christmas was wonderful.... filled with our family traditions and most of all being together.
I said that 2014 will be a year for me to whirl and twirl.
2013 was a year that just needs to be forgotten.
I continue my passion for reading and growing.
and then I caught a horrible winter cold and am, just today, beginning to feel like I want to think about Spring.
so a few more days and I shall be back to being creative, attending meetings, traveling and whirling and twirling.