Monday, 23 June 2008
Friday, 13 June 2008
What a cool bottle opener.
Their words on this item
"I enjoy strolls along the tracks for any number of reasons. One of the highlights is overhearing railroad spikes calling out to me who would really like to find a higher purpose in life.
I found this spike, heated it until it glowed orange, beat it with my hammer, gripped it in my vise, and twisted the bejesus out of it in order to create this hefty-yet-elegant bottle opener. It feels wonderful in the hand, comfortably opens even the strongest beer, and looks great sitting on the counter in the kitchen, or on the shelf behind the bar.
Bring this delightful piece of recycled steel into your home, and you'll be sure to start a great many conversations! Not to mention enjoy many of your favorite beverages in new style."
So pop over and have a look at their Etsy shop, just CLICK HERE
Friday, 6 June 2008
I came across this guy's work and I just love them.
Re-cycled steel cylnders are hand cut, making these fantastic fire pits.
Quite stunning for making a focal point in the garden.
Visit his shop and see more great fire pits by clicking HERE
Monday, 2 June 2008
I love this type of art.
superfay describes it as:
This is one in a series inspired by a character in Dickens' Bleak House. Miss Flite owns twenty-five birds, each with an allegorical name such as youth, beauty, ashes, despair, plunder, etc.
This little cage is a bit over 5 inches tall & 2 1/2 inches in diameter.
It is of course somewhat fragile.
Please visit the Etsy shop to see more wonderful work.
Just click HERE