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LaurenRedmond

Ireland

I'm an Irish Arts Management student interested in all things arts and crafts. I like painting, writing, reading and knitting. During my time on CW my collection hasI'm an Irish Arts Management student interested in all things arts and crafts. I like painting, writing, reading and knitting. During my time on CW my collection has grown to include animal figures, figurines, statues, jewellery, books and wooden boxes! (Read more)

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Celtic Silver Ring and Fish Brooch - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Little Wooden Cross - Folk Artin Folk Art
Lucky Killarney Cat - Animalsin Animals
Carbonari Concertina - Musical Instrumentsin Musical Instruments
Egyptian Cat Statue, maybe bookends? - Animalsin Animals
Stormy Morning & Windy Afternoon - 2 Schotller Paintings - Fine Artin Fine Art
Little Brass Hookah - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Little Ceramic Horse - Animalsin Animals
Jewellery Mix and Turtle Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Costume Jewellery Pieces - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

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  1. He's very realistic- It's hard to believe there is that much detail on his sculpt, he's very adorable too. I at first thought he was a pincushion when I seen him in the thumbnail, but he's even more u...
  2. I remember being given green ice cream as a child on Paddy's day and being too scared to eat it because I must have thought it was poisonous or something! :P These are all very nice- the shamrock and...
  3. It's doing a very cheerful dance?!!! It's very unusual and sweet!
  4. This is really beautiful and unusual, the two fish are so ancient looking(I kinda have a thing for ancient looking fishes!) and with the star in the middle, it reminds me of some old seal or stamp? or...
  5. Happy Saint Patrick's Day to you too Newfld!!! This is a lovely little unusual piece, the little sprites wings at the back look like it's a bow?Again, very mischievous, which is like trying to find th...
  6. Along with the harp (the official symbol of Ireland) I think the Shamrock is the most beautiful- even though it is just a little weed! The little leprechaun in it reminds me of thumbelina, I think si...
  7. These are so unusual, the colours and minimal designs are so eye-catching!
  8. Thanks a lot Newfld! Yeah,...the stone is a puzzler to me, it seems to be unable to decide it's own colour the more I look at it, :P
  9. Very unusual- the crab is my favourite!
  10. Ahh- it's Odile or Odette? Swan Lake anyway... But it's such a lovely and unusual bowl anyway, the stripes really add to the design I think. Swans are so dignified as it is and I can see this one gli...
  11. Oooh LOOK at this fish!!! He's BEAUTIFUL! His tail and every other part of him down to the deep teal colour he is! His tail and body bring me back to my childhood, when I used to have an obsession w...
  12. Don't think I've ever heard of a titmouse? Or seen one, I don't think we have them where I'm from, but we do have wrens and lots of them! In Ireland here they are called king of the birds because acco...
  13. Gorgeous fishy- the colours are so tropical and oceanic!
  14. Very stylised and colourful- love her!
  15. My, my- a handsome fellow truly and what lovely teeth he has! I've always wanted to own one of these, real or not I don't mind! :P
  16. 'Tyger Tyger, burning bright, In the forests of the night; What immortal hand or eye, Could frame thy fearful symmetry?!' These pieces are fabulous- I don't think I've ever seen a plate with su...
  17. This is lovely, it's design is so simple and understated which is what makes it better, Love these masks anyway-they remind me of when I was a child and my grandmother came across two of these real Ve...
  18. When I first seen these in the thumbnail I thought they were two stylised leprechauns! I think it's the deep vivid green colour....:P These two are so full of movement you can imagine them out on a s...
  19. These two are my most favourite illustrators I think- I have 2 of their fairy tale books and would collect more of their pieces if I had the money for it! This is stunning- with it's vibrant colours a...
  20. Thanks jscotto363!
  21. Thanks a lot Newfld! :)
  22. He's beautiful, his pose is so very leopard like, just like he's climbed up onto some overhanging branch in a steamy jungle and is longing on that branch waiting for prey to pass by underneath!
  23. Haha, these are great, and in regards to the little green monkey- where is 'Do no evil' and 'Hear no evil' AND 'Speak no evil'?!
  24. He's lovely! His head looks rather like a peacock's, but yet his tail reminds me of a bird of paradise- he does look like he belongs on some hot and possibly volcanic south sea island!
  25. Ooh! A glass Alligator?! Very unusual- this reminds me of the albino alligators you sometimes see in zoos, and this guy looks like he's floating along through the marshes pretending(but failing becau...
  26. I think GSA stands for Glasgow School of Art, which was where Makintosh primarily worked, it's a beautiful simplistic design! ;)
  27. Lovely piece- I've a Celtic pendant very like this, except it's in a Celtic cross formation with little coloured agate stones on it.
  28. These penguins have lovely fluid shapes, I've never seen glass penguins before so that's a first....These two are so plump and jovial looking- like real penguins. In the last picture the two of them s...
  29. He's so sleek and lovely, like the guardian of an Egyptian temple and his colour is a gorgeous deep blue- the head tilt adds to his pose like he's heard a squeak from somewhere! :P
  30. This looks like the Apis bull to me, which was a sacred bull worshipped by ancient Egyptians.
  31. The poses of these two! They look like they've been up to mischief while the owner is out and as punishment are being told off, hanging their heads in shame!
  32. 'Villains!' I shrieked. 'Dissemble no more! I admit the deed! Tear up the planks! Here, here! It is the beating of his hideous heart!' I couldn't resist that- it's from Edgar Allan Poe's The Telltale...
  33. This is lovely! It seems to be a different type of piece for you?I'm just judging this based on your previous collection pieces, such as brooches and glass animals.
  34. Ah the little water kelpie again! His stance is great-just like he's surfaced from a lake and is waiting or offereing you to leap upon his back!
  35. 'These boots are made for walking, and that's just what they'll do, some of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you!' Really cool little boot!
  36. These are so pretty and well done I thought they were those fabric beanie babies in the thumbnail- and designs from Cornwall tend to be very striking, like Troika for example,
  37. Thanks Newfld- the lore probably spread over there because of the many immigrants I'd imagine, there's a lot more if I'd think of it!
  38. Is it a buffalo?...Or some kind of water buffalo even?
  39. He's unusual, hard to say what sort of an insect he is- looks a little bit 'fly-like' to me? Or bee like, but then if he were a bee, I suppose he'd be yellow?! :P
  40. I have to say, he's a very unusual looking dragon, his design reminds me a bit more of something Celtic or Norse, like the kind of creatures seen on a viking ship or Celtic manuscripts rather than any...
  41. He's so sleek and shiny- sort of like the real ones when they climb out of the water, and his pose is perfect!
  42. Awh- she's so sweet! I call her a she because she looks so girly and feminine, my grandmother knew people years ago who lived on a farm and actually made a pet out of a MASSIVE sow- (this was in the d...
  43. Very nice, there's nothing that sews so quietly and smoothly as a Singer sewing machine. :P
  44. Really nice- reminds me of some colours you'd see on jewellery pieces!
  45. I think this st a coffee pot? I only say that because of the elongated shape!
  46. I think Lutra Lutra is actually their Latin name too? I remember seeing these creatures in Dublin Zoo once, they were so playful! There's also a film from my childhood called 'Ring of Bright Water' wh...
  47. At first in the thumbnail I thought that was two people embracing!....These pieces are lovely, the colours of the glass paperweight are like some sort of Mediterranean pool and the cherub looks like h...
  48. So is he a Bobcat or is he a Lynx?! I can't tell the difference but he is a lovely looking feline- the detail in him is amazing, I can imagine him prowling through snow filled forests and hiding among...
  49. It's very unusual, rather than a woman's silhouette in it it's got an anchor which I love, both very maritime and feminine which is a combination that you don't often see.
  50. It's lovely- very exotic and Asian!
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Tomb Gaurdian ??? Stone Carved Elephant and Hippo

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