Tag Archives: Hull Pottery

Fancy …Floral Friday

Earlier this week on flower project day, I dressed up for a funeral wake to honor an acquaintance. The funeral home is near the downtown district of town, so afterwards, I swung by the supermarket to purchase a few grocery … Continue reading

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April Planters …Floral Friday

As a salute to the middle of April, I decided to feature some planters that were manufactured in the middle of the last century.  Because, why not? The light green Shawnee Kenwood 1301 smaller than medium container lends itself to … Continue reading

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March Experimentation …Floral Friday

Some of the best things of life are spontaneous. Sure, it’s good to have goals and plans for major aspects of living, but there is a lot to be said for creative impulses, too. Life is too short not to … Continue reading

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Repurposed …Floral Friday

Have you ever looked at a food container and thought to yourself, “That would make a nice plant holder”?  The concept of reusing and recycling old wares is an old one. People have used old water pitchers and decrepit tea … Continue reading

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Double Cornucopias …Floral Friday

Vases that have two spaces for flowers are more visually interesting than many single opening vases and planters. The classic double cornucopia vases are especially attractive and have a formal appearance, too. The standard double cornucopia vase was a styling … Continue reading

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Mid April Projects …Floral Friday

The springtime creative urge takes various directions today. They go from slender to bulky to nostalgic within this short post. A small, fine, vintage vase, which might have been made by Hull, holds a spray of grasslike forms.  It’s simple, … Continue reading

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Multi …Floral Friday

The vast majority of flower arrangements are composed within vases, planters, and other pots with a single opening.  Today, I decided to use containers that have more than one opening for flowers. That’s how I came up with the name … Continue reading

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