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Pink Glass Cake Stand

Pink Glass Cake Stand.

8 inch round.

Pink, red, orange ombre fade with roses and fleur de lis.

Check it out here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pink-Glass-Cake-Stand-Round-pink-red-orange-Ombre-Fade-8-inches-/191921836662

Buy it now or make an offer. :)

Spies, Sneaks and Snoops

I just found a coat Mum has been going on an on about for months that I’d packed away before Winter last year because it’s too thin and not waterproof enough for Winter and if she wore it in anything more than a light drizzle/shower the already loose/crumbling lining would come off all in one go and potentially ruin the clothes worn underneath. 1,568 more words

Time And Culture

Arms of Madrigueras, Spain

In use since at least 1991*

Blazon: Per bend gules an ancient balance* argent and of the last a bunch of grapes slipped and leaved proper, in chief an ear of wheat slipped and leaved vert; all within a bordure gules, charged with a castle triple-towered or windowed azure in the dexter chief and sinister, a lion rampant in the sinister chief and dexter, and a fleur-de-lis in base of the fourth… 98 more words

Heraldry

Arms of Andrew Holand of Were

From The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne (1586) p246

Blazon: Azure a lion saliant guardant between five fleurs-de-lis in orle argent

Heraldry

Occasions Personalized Metal Wall Art Sign

The Occasions Personalized Metal Wall Art Sign is so versatile, you can commemorate an event or anniversary, or display an address or phrase. Seventeen emblem options and five available finishes allow you to make this artwork your own. 119 more words

Metal Wall Sculpture

The Onion Dome and Fleur de Lys

In my previous post on the cross with multiple symbols on it, I didn’t address one particular point: the onion-shaped roof of the cathedral.

Onion Dome… 687 more words

Conspiracy

St. Joan of Arc

Today, May 30th, is the Feast Day of St. Joan of Arc, my favorite saint.

St. Jeanne La Pucelle was born in Domremy, a small village of Champagne, on the Feast of the Epiphany, January 6, 1412, to Jacques d’Arc, her father, a peasant farmer who was a leader in his community, and to Isabelle, her devout mother.   1,898 more words

Christians/Christianity