TS617 - Antique Spanish Stone Wheel From an Olive Oil Factory and and Antique Spanish Hand Carved Round Stone Trough Combined to Create an Outdoor Coffee Table.
TS618 - Antique Spanish Stone Wheel From an Olive Oil Factory and and Antique Spanish Hand Carved Round Stone Trough Combined to Create an Outdoor Coffee Table
Wishing everyone a happy Labor Day weekend. Relics will be open on Saturday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, but closed on Sunday and Monday. Our fall/winter hours start on Tuesday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
After walking 252,000 steps (126 miles) all over Italy, Belgium and France we’re back! We brought a few small treasures home with us on the plane. The rest of the goodies will arrive in October. It’s great to be home!
Having lunch in Oppede today while our loaded truck is on its way to the warehouse.
Sculptures of the madonna like this one are mounted to building exteriors all around Antwerp, Belgium. We learned today after the reformation and the protestants were chased out, Spain encouraged Antwerp to become an example city of catholicism. Building owners with exterior lighting paid a tax for the light, unless their light illuminated a madonna sculpture. As a result, there were thousands of madonna sculptures at one point.
Check out this bluestone shower pan. What an awesome outdoor shower this is going to make!
It's been another world on this trip and have met many people and had a lot of fun. Vacation is over and tomorrow we hit the ground running in Belgium. Here at are a few shots from the past couple of days.
We had the district privilege of viewing one of the great masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci today, The Last Supper. Truly a special experience and an honor to see it in person.
Then we toured the inside of the Duomo In Milan.
Sight seeing tour of Lake Como, featuring the beautiful Villa del Balbianello.
We toured Bellinzona in Canton Ticino and Lake Lugano in Switzerland. The castle is from the 14th century.
The view from the balcony of the villa we are staying at in Lake Como. It's going to be a hard place to leave!
After an unexpected seven hour layover yesterday in the Atlanta Airport, we finally made it to Milan. The Duomo was breathtaking and my octopus salad tasty! On to Lake Como tomorrow to be with our dear friends at the villa they rented on the lake. Viva Italia!!!!!