After publishing the blog re items that were under $20 and suitable for ‘the big C’ in my last post, I found a whole lot more in that category.
I also saw that those pesky angels managed to worm their way into that post when they should have been in this one! Oh well, they’ve nearly all gone to good homes so it’s not an issue.
Let’s do the counting bit again and hope that the computer will cooperate re showing you images of the amazing range of works on show here (Oh, had a new artisan join our merry band today. Does anyone like mirrors with aged jarrah framing? Not under $30 unfortunately, but a lovely piece)
Brigitta Kurmann doesn’t just make angels at Christmas time. She also makes these lovely ceramic candle holders (complete with candle!) This was sold but… anyway, it is for sale again and there are also a pale blue one and a deep red one. They were $25 but Brigitta has made them $20 up to Christmas.
These are completely new to Lyndendale Gallery
From Wood Write come these lovely pens. You can choose form various timbers – jarrah, sheoak, sugar bush. Gift presentation too. How good would these be to send overseas? Or better, to take overseas! They’re only $25.
Here they are! The famous Gnomesville calendars! Every home should have one! And if they don’t have one of these, then every home should have one of the Ferguson Valley calendars that I showed you in the last post. These are $18.
How lovely are these silk scarves from Feltnknitnstitch (have I got that right?) Each has its own decorative addition and is presented in a cut little box with handle. A silk scarf for $29? No, just till Christmas these are $24. I don’t have many.
Another idea for a great gift! At the gallery we have a selection of Chris Elston’s dichroic glass earrings for $28. These come in a little pouch -an elegant gift.(Chris is at 5th Element Glass Studio – worth a visit!)
Number 7And from Geraldine Peterkin come these hand-made ‘amulets’. Wear them, put lavender in them, look at them, put your cabin key in them. They are very special and most are priced at $30 or less.
And on the subject of books – is there anything more satisfying than a hand-made book? Here are a couple of Sue Dennis’s. Ideal for jotting down thoughts, or drawings or-anything. They are about 10 x 15 cms and $24 each as a special price for Christmas.
And finally, for this first chapter of the innumerable items $30 and under at Lyndendale Gallery
Well that’s it for today. Chapter 2 coming up after I build up enough strength to fight with the internet speed here is the wilds of the Ferguson Valley!