creativity and domestic ramblings
I love the gargoyles!!!
No words are needed it is just fantastic to look Thank you for sharing
I really enjoyed all that ;-)
Oh Oh! Too much loveliness. I toppled over x
Wow so many lovley things in here.Nothing quite like retail therapy!I have a gargoyle which must be from the same set as the ones you photographed, my one is picking his nose! Carol x
Are you sure that was an atiques shop? it looked more like my parents house and conservatory!!! ;)I am happy to say I have few bits that resemble some items in those pictures, but I have had them so long I don't consider them that special.... I will have to do a trawl around my house now and take photos!I wish I had a shop like that around here!X Alex
You don't need words.. Thank you for taking us there. my sort of shop!! Happy Easter.Colette x
What a wonderful shop!! Nice blog you have here too :)
Why don't I have a shop like that near me. Oh I know why so I can save money! LOLLovely pictures, thanks for sharing.
I spent a couple of hours in there on Monday - wonder if that is when you were there.I am amazed that it all looks so fresh and clean and dust free - if you have ever been at Christmas you will know that it is fantastic then.All we bought was a log basket - but there were so many things I would have liked to buy!!
hi there from australia we had a caravan in richmond when we lived in the uk thank youfor sharing and bringing back some great memories lynnie
!?!?!?! Now I've been to Richmond at least 3 times and somehow have missed this divine looking treasure trove! Oh what a dunce. Will look very, very hard next time I go. Thank you!Stephx
Oooooo, I'd love a good rummage in there! What a fabulous shop. I can't believe you only purchased a lamp shade. Come on, can I see your nose growing! Tee Hee. Hope you are all well. Come the summer and the long lighter nights we must meet up. Hugs xx
What an amazing shop, I'm sure I'd spend far too much time and money in there.
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