Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Teeny Things in Glass



I bought this cute vintage bottle ornament some time ago and although I look at it every day it wasn't until last night that I took the time and really sat down to peer inside. Isn't it just beautiful?

32 comments:

  1. wow, how is that possible? it's amazing.

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  2. It makes you wonder about the process to get these together.
    Very cute!

    Have a great Wednesday!

    Melinda

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  3. Gorgeous! What a find! I love it! I also wonder how someone did that!? xo Samantha

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  4. adorable and i love the title of the post. :)

    xo
    elyse

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  5. I have always wanted a bottle with a boat inside, and I have never seen anything like that! It's really very sweet :)

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  6. the detail is just beautiful.
    so cute! <3

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  7. How charming my friend. xoxoxox hugs

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  8. It's lovely. I had a bottle with a little ballerina in it that used to dance when you wound her up...I don't know what happened to it but seeing your bottle brought back many fond memories :)
    xx

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  9. It always amazes me how they make these...how do they get the things in them without breaking the glass...it really is sweet. dee x

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  10. Simone, it's heaven sent. I adore it in every way. What are those teeny weeny people doing? Is it a traditional bbq? Thanks for sharing it. Funny how some things you take for granted and then you re-discover there beauty. Pruxxx

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  11. You're right, it's very pretty and I think it was a lot of work!!!

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  12. We miss things if we don't slow down, don't we! It's perfection. A-M xx

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  13. What an amazing bottle! It looks like it has beautiful fine details.... I can just imagine how someone brought that treasure back from an exotic holiday... what a great find! X

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  14. It's so clever! You have to wonder how they're made. With lots of skill and patience!!

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  15. A-MAZING!! It's fascinating the work that goes into creating these stories in a bottle too. Definitely for the patient people.
    Sonia x

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  16. The detail is incredible- so cute! :)

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  17. I have never seen anything like this, only little ships, how clever and cute!!

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  18. That is so cute!! A little spot of paradise all bottled up! :) I hope you are doing well!!

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  19. Very cute! Minature seems to be in at the moment - my friend recently showed me some fun signs someone had create for ants and also some street art with little mini people...v cool! xxx

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  20. It is indeed. I love miniature anything!
    Brenda

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  21. I love the little palm tree! I just love little things for some reason. I have all sorts of little Buddhas and things on my window sill. ,,,,your bottle is lovely....

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  22. This is too cute! I have never seen anything other than a ship inside a bottle.
    Jane (artfully graced)

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  23. I'm proud to say that's a Filipino-made product!
    irene :-)

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  24. Very, very cute and I am loving the fabric hoop as well.
    Pam x

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  25. I just want to shrink myself and move into that bottle! I adore it!

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  26. It's possible that the bottle is from the Philippines where I am based. It features the nipa hut which is the traditional Philippine home from centuries ago. Quite a number of such bottles are still being sold but like most of your readers, I have no idea how they can cram that diorama into a little bottle :-)

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