These French antique fencing masks look especially great as a collection.
We just finished an installation of the re-claimed antique Belgian grey brick and thought our Facebook friends would appreciate seeing pictures. The contractor used a thick layer of compacted AB gravel topped with an inch or inch and a half of sand mixed with a little Portland. The bricks were set and then filled with a mixture of sand and Portland. The job turned out beautiful and really compliments the gates, doors and paint color.
What do you get when you combine an antique Spanish Stone Base Channel from a Olive Oil Factory and an antique French stone feed and water trough? You get a one-of-a-kind rustic and gorgeous water feature.
From one story to the next, this issue is filled with quality, beauty and creativity.
All of us at Relics wish you a healthy and happy New Year!
We're home and we brought a few treasures with us. The rest of the goodies will arrive sometime near the end of January. We had a great and successful trip!
Came across this wonderful hand lettered sign in a shop full of artists Christmas ornaments inspired by a touch of the macabre. It's great to see the art of hand lettering still being practiced.
The beautiful lights of the Christmas market at the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen.
The cathedral is just outside our window and reflects the sun so beautifully, if not a bit brightly.
Stunning architecture of the main cathedral in Granada, breathtaking!
Having lunch in Granada with our friends Fernando and Serena. Can't imagine taking time for a siesta in our home routine, but we fall right in with it here. Maybe it's jet lag - or wine with lunch.