Monday, May 3, 2010

Silly Putti



Years ago I had the idea to open a museum called House of a Thousand Tchockies. Like my other idea, The Museum of Avian Architecture, it never actually came to fruition. This cherub and egg planter would have been a perfect exhibit. I got it years ago from a thrift store. Somebody did a rather crude job of scratching off the backstamp, which makes me think that it is a Japanese copy of a European piece. To my mind, that's irrelevant. It is what it is, a divinely silly little planter.

1 comment:

Barbara said...

This is very sweet! I'm always amazed at what is found by others in thrift shops. I go to one regularly and don't usually find anything. I think it takes a trained eye to zero in on these little treasures!