Just wanted to share a couple of little vintage finds from the Barossa. We went to a few antique shops and there were lots of things I would have liked to buy that simply wouldn't fit into my weekend size suitcase, but here's a couple of things that did .
This is a small square of tissue paper that would have been used to wrap around the oranges. Imagine that - beautifully wrapped oranges grown in Australia.
I've popped it in a frame. Now I have to decide where to hang it.
And this one with the rippled edges is the Parma Baptisery in Parma, Italy. We stopped in Parma when we drove from Lake Como down to Tuscany. It was very hot and we ate a great big plate of Parma ham, as you do in Parma!
Finally I picked up this small rusty key, which fits in the keyhole of my great great grandfather's chest. It doesn't work but I always wished I had a key for the key hole and now I do.
Enjoy your week. Spring has arrived in Brisbane and it's time to switch the jeans for skirts and dresses.