I had promised you chapter 2 of gifts from Lyndendale Gallery that were under $30.
Alas! It is not to be.
Chapter 2 has been morphed into the next bracket – namely art and crafts from Lyndendale Gallery that are $60 and under? Why? At my snail’s pace there aren’t enough weeks left between now and Christmas for me to show you all the wonderful things that are available here.
So…. Less than $60. There are a lot so I’ll try to bracket some of them.
- Scarves from what was Emme Fashions – this rather poor photo gives you an idea of the range of artistic scarves that could take you through Summer and Autumn. Or, if you insist on giving them away – could take your nearest and dearest though these same seasons. They range from 30 to $60. Wow!
3. Geraldine Peterkin calls these little masterpieces ‘amulets’. You can wear them or put lavender in them or put a key in them or just hang them somewhere you can admire them. They are either 30 or $35. What a unique gift one of these would be.
4. There is a range of these delightful incense holders from Rie Yamauchi. They are not burners. A pyramid of incense is place inside one of these little ‘houses’ and it keeps your room smelling sweet for weeks. These are normally $45 but Rie is giving a 20% discount up to Christmas – so, deduct $9.(I’ll refrain from saying ‘wow!’ again)
Look at these beautiful buttons, many of them antique, that have been crafted into these delightful brooches. Imagine one of them fastening either an Emme scarf or one of Maybrook designs scarves – both of which, of course, are here at Lyndendale Gallery.
Whatever wooden item you may need, I am sure it is here. from baguette boards to cheese platters, to trays. The list goes on. Unbelievably, many of them are well under $60. All are made with local timbers – mostly jarrah and marri. However, there are some great sheoak coasters here too.
No photo here but there are many garden items of the rusty variety that also come from this fine craftsman.