In my real grown up life I have always collected china pieces of all types which usually sit in the cupboard and come out as and when my colour schemes change. This liking has become part of my miniature world too as you could tell from my collection of Jacqueline Dunn pieces.
Lory Tonetti is also one of my absolute favourite artisans and although the first piece I ever bought was a basket made from a super large acorn cap..
......her work had the feel of the type I was used to collecting in my real world.
So this piece was the start of this little collection of Lory's wonderful work.
More teapots, although strangely I would never buy a collectible teapot for my real home!
The delicate detail of her work is truly wonderful. Each teapot is about the size of my thumbnail.
A small selection of her toadstools....
.......in tiny little acorn caps.....
.......and of course some mushrooms. I also have some loose toadstools for baskets complete with dirt from the wood.
Tea for one? How gorgeous is this?! I think I will put this in The Cauldron Shop as a treat for my hard working witch who has to haul around all those Hogwarts starter cauldrons.
The cookie jar should also be at hand to settle the nerves of any anxious parent.
The perfect place for pumpkin biscuits.
This beautiful shelf is from the kitchen of my witch house (still to be named....)
This witch likes a brew or two, or even three.....
Every detail is simple but perfect.
Lastly, this yummy selection of Halloween cupcakes for my Hogwarts girlie still to be found napping in her Leaky Cauldron bedroom.
Hope you have enjoyed looking at my collection, Lory's work can be seen in her Etsy Shop or on the CDHM site.
An update too on how my most time consuming mini project is getting on...
....yep, we really should have called her Gizmo!