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Very pretty – and wow, on an ostrich egg!
Got to your site for a bit then couldn’t get on again. Be back soon. Glad you liked it. The place it is done in also showed how Engelpuppen dolls were made and how the Goebel figurines were done. Love the shoppe.
Pretty! I have the shakiest hands so I could never try this! just admire.
Wow that is handpainted? So detailed! Its amazing!
Yes, it is on an ostrich egg. Faberge ones have always fascinated me so I was drawn to this which uses only paints and, of course, hold no secret just beauty.
How neat. I like stuff like that.
That is beautiful, but I would never let my children near it.
Visiting from Natural Parents Network!
Gorgeous! Have you seen William Wigan’s work? He does sculptures so tiny they sit in the eye of a needle or on the head of a pin!
Artists never cease to amaze!
I was not familiar with the name although I have seen some wonders in places like Ripleys. I am awed by the precision. For me who can’t see anything up close and need reading glasses, it is a wonder that his fine motor skills and coordination can produce such details to the tiniest. Wow!
IS this something you painted? Exquisite! Where is this little village?
I wish. I found it and several others last spring in EPCOT’s Germany shop Der Bucherwurm along with steins and cuckoos. I love true artistry.
Very pretty! I like the stand, too. Happy Wednesday!
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