Denny’s Adventures in Prudence Fenton’s “The House of Prudence” (Part 6 – August 2010)

Submitted by denny September 3rd, 2010
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BEAUTIFUL! I’m a huge fan of TV lamps and this ceramic lamp sits on a long cabinet with a few other pieces featured in this post. I love the gold accents.

I have no idea about the origins of this little sculpture but it’s little things like this that really get me going. I love it and this sits next to the leaf TV lamp. It’s made of plastic with a plastic base.

It’s nice to know I am not the only person that likes to save things. This is a bull pepper shaker but I believe his mate is long gone. I am also assuming this is part of the set of bull heads (or at least related to them) that are used to identify how a person would like their meat cooked. That set sits on the bar.

Twig owl. I love this too and it’s made of out of twigs and branches. The only man made things on this are the owls feet and eyes.

4 Responses to “Denny’s Adventures in Prudence Fenton’s “The House of Prudence” (Part 6 – August 2010)”

  1. Allee Willis

    I love that leaf tv lamp. Always been one of my faves. I think the little plastic palm and hut were a cake decoration.

    The bull pepper shaker did, indeed, have a mate. He also had a big long wooden handle and was meant to be used for adding seasoning to things still over a flame.

    That twig owl kills me. He’s newer.