Medium small and old is the theme for this week’s collection of floral projects. These three are also the result of some thrift store browsing earlier this week.
I admit that I bought the decorated pitcher because of its brand name. The piece was made by Wild Hare Pottery. I also like the style of glaze ornamentation. A selection of various small blooms makes the overall appearance pop.
At first glance, I thought the artisan was trying to create a zebra. Upon more careful scrutiny, the made in Japan planter depicts a horse. The gold detailing is typical of other animal pieces from the 1950s. The pottery has a complicated design, so I used only one variety of flower for the arrangement.