Gamzatti or Nikiya or Nutcracker Arabian decorated pointe shoe by Designs En Pointe on etsy.com
1950s Burnt Sienna Calot with Feather - 50s Brown Cocktail Hat - 50s Brown Half Hat - Vintage Brown Hat - 50s Womens Hat - Womens Brown Hat Professional construction with no design label present but a size 23 label can be found at the interior. This stunning topper is done in a medium shade of brown, burnt sienna, fine wool felt and featuring a vibrant burnt orange feather plume surrounded by rhinestones where it fixes to the hat. The hat is styled as a cocktail half hat with an intended fit as
This fresh bunch of Tillandsia usneoides el mejor is perfectly sized to hang as a part of a gallery wall, in the bathroom, over a fireplace, or anywhere your home could use some green. Commonly (and lovingly) known as Spanish moss, this tillandsia specimen is best known for charming Savannah, Georgia, visitors with its Southern gothic looks.-A terrain exclusive-Tillandsia usneoides el mejor, metal frame, hanger-Soak in cool water once a week-Spray with water frequently-Prefers bright, indirect l
Stella: I wish you'd stop taking it for granted that I'm in something I want to get out of. Blanche DuBois: What you are talking about is desire - just brutal Desire. The name of that rattle-trap streetcar that bangs through the Quarter, up one old narrow street and down another. Stella: Haven't you ever ridden on that streetcar? Blanche DuBois: It brought me here. Where I'm not wanted and where I'm ashamed to be. Stella: Don't you think your superior attitude is a little out of place?
"See pull down menu for pricing and availability ~ sold in sets of 4 and as singles GORGEOUS cobalt blue wine glasses Maker: Libbey Rock Sharpe Pattern: Tulip - Dusky Blue Circa- 1974 Each wine glass measures just over 5 5/8\" tall with a 3 1/4\" deep bowl Holds approximately 8 ounces No makers markings that I can identify- there is a small circle in the base middle on the underside - maker appears to be Libbey Coloring is beautiful - there is a purple hint to the bases when the glasses are held