sábado, 7 de outubro de 2017

A arte do Fogo: artista desconhecido...Parte II.













22 comentários:

  1. Thank you for visiting my blog, Maristella!
    Hugs from Berlin, Jutta

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  2. So lovely. I love seeing the details in your photos.

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    1. I bought that porcelain box in(or at?)an auction and I think it is fantastic!The painter was great,I hope I could paint that way some day.My photos have been taken with my cell phone and it is very old...You are very kind,Mildred!Who are you in that photo in your blog?The lady with short hair?I love that post,a special moment!

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  3. Dear Maristella,
    your porcelain box is soo lovely.
    Have a nice day
    Ursula

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  4. What a lovely porcelain box! I have similar one. a Sevres in celeste blue....Christine

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    1. Thanks for visiting!I love the porcelain eggs in your post,just fantastic!

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  5. These are gorgeous! They look like the ones I inherited from my Grandmother who used to travel all over Europe buying treasures like these.

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  6. Beautiful inside and outside, Maristella. Fantastic! One of the most valuable porcelain boxes that I have ever seen! I love it! Kisses, my friend.

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    1. I love it too,Mia!I hope I will paint that way some day!Thanks for visiting.Kisses!

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  7. Oh my such lovely outside and then surprise when it is opened to find more pretty flowers inside :) pretty gold trimming too!

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    1. I fell in love with it!The painter was great!Thanks for visiting!

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  8. I remember when those hinged boxes were so popular and I never could afford one back in the 1980's when they was in every antiques shop

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