Wednesday, November 18, 2009

WHITE STATUES INSIDE AND OUT


Hello everyone!   Today for White Wednesday I thought I would show you some of our statues from our home and garden.

I just love these two cherubs.  This used to be a fountain but it cracked over the years and wasn't able to be repaired again.   So now it is a planter and better than ever. It ages so beautifully.








This is our newest statue given to me by Don for our anniversary. I believe it is a reproduction of sort of 'The Winged Victory of Samothrace.' It is an quite an interesting story. Anyway, this statue is taller than I am. I saw it one day while we were out and loved it.  Later that week Don (he is the best) and my son-in-law Manuel(who is awesome) went out to get it.  They set it up in the yard to surprise me the next morning. Was I ever surprised! 







In front of my studio. OOHHHMMMMMMMM




A kitchen Angel. Could she be any cuter?


                                        In the library.

Hope you enjoyed my White Wednesday. Don't forget to check out Kathleen at Faded Charm for more.  She has some of the nicest ladies who participate in White Wedneday.

Till next time.....
~Debra

14 comments:

  1. Oh, so pretty! I love the first cherubs the very best...just the right amount of chippiness.
    Rene'

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  2. Don't you just love it when our husband's actually listen to us? One of my very favorite things in my home is a huge old dog statue that I saw in a shop years ago and my husband later went back and got it for my Christmas present. I saw one similar to it not to long ago at an antique shop and they wanted $500.00 for it. I think mine had been an old store display at one time. Loved all your garden pieces. HWW ~ Lynn

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  3. Beautiful statues. Are these all on your property? If you try the tablecloth in linen, let me know how it comes out.
    Cheryl

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  4. Hi Debra! Oh, what gorgeous statues you have! You must have a large area to house so many! Love your little cherubs and the flying one without her head! :)
    Thanks for popping in to see my tablescape and I do hope you'll come back again sometimes.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  5. Yep...sure like your statues...especially the chippy cherubs.~~
    Thank you again for stopping by my blog today. ~~

    Rose
    http://delightfulclutter.blogspot.com/

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  6. All of your statues are gorgeous. I adore the white, chippy sort myself, the older and mossier the better!! The statue your husband bought you is stunning. I would have fainted at the sight if my husband surprised me with that beauty!! Actually, he is the one that looks for the BIG stuff. He found a fountain we could practically bathe in and luckily I was able to persuade him out of buying it! lol! Men!

    Have a great week and thanks for popping in!!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  7. Beautiful statues! Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  8. Hubby is a great guy I love your present
    Wow Debra all of these statues were so beautiful thank you so very much for sharing them with us.

    Warm wishes
    Kate

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  9. Oh, just lovely! Serene bliss :)

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  10. these statues are amazing! i love the large winged angel, that must have been so difficult to transport! really beautiful collection.

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  11. WOW you're so lucky to have such a nice husband that knows what you like....It's a beauty! and it must make a great focal point. I'd rather have statues then plants....if that's telling you anything::)))
    Hasn't it been just the best weather at night lately.....I love the crisp air!
    xxx.........Carole

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  12. These are all so gorgeous!!! I love garden statues and wish I could find more around here. Idaho isn't what I would call statue haven. The angel your husband got you is divine.
    Hugs,
    June

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  13. great idea...why leave them out in the cold!!! love your blog and all the pictures....ann

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