Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Hopping Mad.....

 Meet Harold the hare; he has been hanging out with me in the shop all day; probably too scared to go home in fear of what the rest of the family think......i think they think i have gone hopping mad.  Oh well .....i like him.
 Harold looking across the store.....gorgeous pottery , french soaps and new recycled sideboard.
 A different view from here.....
 Oh and back here again....


 New hand forged ladles etc now in store....

Call in and get a warm by our open fire; and you can see Harold.....x

9 comments:

daryl said...

Love him, and the store looks fantastic!

Irina said...

I love Harold!
Is he for sale? If yes, I would like to inquire about the price and how much his traveling from Tasmania to Hong Kong would cost.

:)

Inspiration Vintage Magazine said...

Can I purchase one of those white pitchers over the phone or internet from you? I just love your pottery!!
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Melinda

The Vintage Rose said...

Hi Melinda, Yes of course you can purchase one of the pottery jugs. They are a beige / grey colour , not white though. If you are still interested you can email me your details which is found on the right hand side of my blog. Take care Amanda Skipper.

Michelle said...

How gorgeous, warm and cosy space even without the fire I'd bet.

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Sydney North said...

This is the first time I have come across your blog and it's an absolute pleasure to peruse. Thank you so much for posting such beautiful products. I wish I could smell the soap in real life! I'll be sure to visit on my next trip to Tasmania so I can do so! Thank you again

Marietta Mineur said...

Hello there. I am a first time viewer of your blog, after looking up the store. I drove passed three days ago and glanced the Hare in the window. Any chance he is still lingering somewhere in the shop?
Wonderful posts! can't wait to have a look in the place itself when next I'm in Launceston!
Cheers.
Marietta Mineur / TwistedStringsTas