Tuesday, 4 September 2012


{Giveaway here}

here on the fantastic finca
it remains rather hot
and the strange looking carobs
are ready to drop
This very morn handsome and I went to the local agricultural
cooperative to sell our hard picked carobs. 10 hours grappling
around in the heat and we managed to gather 90 kilos for
which we were paid the princely sum of 18.00 euros  or 90 cents
each per hour! It is hard economically to be a creative
and if it weren't for agricultural grants impossible to be a farmer.
Whilst our labour put little fodder on the table it gave us plenty
of food for thought.
Tuesday Treasure
Cylindrical 925 Hallmarked Silver Earrings
When I lived in France I, at one stage, had a beautiful brocante
shop selling furniture and small delights. However the real hit was
the pretty display cabinet full of jewelry which, until the end,
remained a hit with clients.Today I have a limited remaining stock of 
925 hallmarked silver of which these earrings are party.
Bought from a top London 'Soho' supplier these earrings are top
quality and were also supplied to the top London department stores
Fenwicks and Harvey Nichols
{don't you know d  a  r  l  i  n  g}
h: 7cm w: 0.8cm d: 2cm
{They come in a display box]
£28.00 including worldwide shipping.

1 comment:

gallerydarrow said...

We have carob trees here too, though the pods go unused since I doubt many people would know how to process them.

As a silver lover I have to say, those earring are very pretty.

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