Its 2pm here which means my Etsy update is live and its happening! These cows among many other dudes are now in the shop!
Picture I took of my shelf’s where I have my favorite pony figurines.
Think I need more than a hat
My Light Fury figure review. I stutter, hesitate and unable to finish my sentences.
So sorry. Its been 7 years since i did Youtube
When looking at notes and comments during the last giveaway the blue landscape cow by far seemed to be most everyone’s favorite, so I’ll have a few of them in tomorrow’s update as well!
‘Gifts of Love’ Belle Christmas figurine - Jim Shore Disney Traditions
Mother gorilla with baby feeding her for just $130.00
Mother Gorilla with baby feeding her .in Ebony wood. The curving is Very detailed.This gorilla carved from wenge wood has its unique wood grain on display in a beautiful way, while capturing the essence of this majestic animal. The artisan who made this piece was found by my mother selling his goods on the side of the road in DR Congo; a hidden gem that we had done our best to bring to the world. When we visited the shop, Much of what you can see were African animals, probably encouraged as much by tourism as customary practice. But, there were also many examples of human carved, bowls, ceremonial masks. Most local woods are used for carving, with ebony and wenge figuring. Carvings took all sizes and shapes—some small and some tall. They all have exceptional detailed and, in my opinion, reasonably priced considering their fine craftsmanship. No electricity, no air conditioning, no noisy machinery. Actually, aside from that familiar sound of sandpaper on wood, there was no noise at all coming from inside. The tools they used included a few short-bladed chip carving knives, a variety of adzes in several sizes, rasps, files and sandpaper. They used their feet to steady workpieces on the dirt floor. There was no room for a workbench. There were a lot of representation of Africa’s “Big Five” animals. Even small carvings can take weeks to complete. Each carver is paid for his efforts, meaning that all profit go back strait to the artist. The completed carvings receive quick and simple finishes. Dark shoe polish to stain those pieces that need it or sometimes just transparent shoe polish more for ebony wood followed by a mixture of beeswax. The pieces dry in the sun before receiving a final buffing. Then they’re moved into the store for display. or in a stand in front of the house. It’s a simple enterprise that continues day in and day out for these Congolese carvers. As you can imagine, we left their woodcarving shop with a mix of emotions and impressions we won’t soon forget. The experience was both fascinating and inspiring, but at the same time humbling. That inspire us to start to work with them, until today
Remake of an old work.
Height 27 cm.
Found this at a shop on the pier at Rendondo Beach!! It’s sooo cute and it was pretty cheap so I’m glad I found it >w< ❤️🦇💉💀
They need one more firing to add on the white gold luster, but both of these large Blue Willow bovines will be in Friday’s Etsy update. Photo credit to my lovely mother.
Fairy With Blue Bells
Caroline Rock Art
Her price is $40+shipping, but I’m ok with negotiating a bit.
I have a listing for her up on Mercari as well, but i’d rather sell directly if possible!
Her condition is new and never opened. The box has a dent in one of its corners that it received in shipping to me, but it still looks fine for display purposes IMO.
DM me if you want to buy or follow the link in the coming reblog to Mercari.
Caroline Rock Art
Hercules and the Erymanthian Boar, after Giambologna, mid-17th century (original composition ca. 1587-89)