Posted 5 years ago
The medium pieces, around eight inches, are among my favorites. They are not as bold and loud as their large counterparts.
The double vase is always a standout. The WEEPING GOLD offsets the ivory (and the pastels) very nicely.
The next two are, perhaps, my favorites. In classic 1950's style the first recalls a young lady with both hands held high to her sides, high collar, full skirt with the over skirt swept to the her left in dramatic fashion. The next young lady is equally well dressed with the full skirt and swept over skirt. However the neckline is lower and just one hand on her hip says she is more comforable than her sister!
Like the golden foot of a porcelain ball and claw table the last vase would be outstanding in any decor.