The husband and I drove around the outskirts of Ottawa yesterday and found all kinds of great stuff, which is not typical because thrifting around here typically blows. Aside from a dresser we are converting into a sink cabinet and a wrought iron floor vent that I did not photograph, here is what I found:
Plant stant/ashtray? from Rideau Antiques for about $28.
Steel industrial office cabinet from the Almonte Antique Market for $60.
Brass lamp from the Gore Street Flea Market in Perth for $76.
Beautiful dark toned Jesus and Mary portraits for $70 also from the Gore Street Flea Market.
West German plant pot and vases, stoneware vase, Hornsea small black vase, brown bowl, silver vase/goblet/?, Alvar Aalto glass vase.
...it's the man behind the ceramics
A video posted by Tortus Copenhagen (@tortus_copenhagen) on Apr 29, 2016 at 11:58am PDT
Eric Landon is a Danish-American ceramicist and co-founder of the Tortus Copenhagen ceramics studio in Copenhagen. I could watch him all day. :) And as a bonus, he actually is talented and his ceramics are gorgeous.