Thursday, April 10, 2008

My Shell Swan


Isn't she sweet? I found her at a rummage sale and I am suprised no one else had grabbed her up. I love the swoopy lines and size, not too big, not too small. The inside isn't glazed, so I don't think I would ever use her as a planter. She was made in the Phillipines and I am glad she made it here safely! I had a lot of positive comments about my swans last week, so I am going to feature them on Fridays for awhile, but I am spending most of tomorrow away, so I thought I would get this up early.





7 comments:

Simply Heart And Home said...

Your swan is so unique and lovely. I truly need to go to tag sales and garage sales more often! :)

Blessings,

Gina

Jaderocks said...

Pretty swan. I'm sure this took forever for the maker to put all those shells on it. What a great find.

Penless Thoughts said...

Very graceful swan.
Susan

Hootin' Anni said...

Wow....I would have to agree with you...why on earth, in the first place, would someone get rid of it? ---but, now you have it, giving it the home it deserves.

Mine's shared too, I hope to see you drop by if you haven't already. I'd love to have you for company.

Susie said...

What an unusual and lovely piece!
All the shells make it so intricate.
:)

Jewelgirl said...

Lovely swan! What a great find!

MammyT said...

that really is unique. The swan shape is so beautiful, you just can't go wrong.
Nancy