|Here are some lovely Occupied Japan figurines and a cute ballet dancer.|
|More mercury glass and antique grelots.|
|More trinkets. I love this little guy riding a snail. He is also Occupied Japan. The little bird peeking in the photo is made from ash from Mt. Saint Helen.|
|One of several Pope themed pieces of Occupied Japan I own.|
|I love the little bride and groom in this egg! Sooo cute.|
|Yet another Pope, this time he's a planter or cigarette holder the jury is still out on that one!|
This is an antique bobble head bishop made of papier-mâché. Why he exists is lost even to me, but he was very unique and fits in with my collection of strange religious items.
Just a few changes have happed since I snapped these photos--I bought a house, relocated all of these treasures, re-arranged them, then painted the china hutch, and re-arranged some more! I hope you've enjoyed your visit! Comments are always appreciated and read!