Wednesday, 6 February 2013


Good Morning to you,

I thought I had escaped the winter viruses as I have felt so healthy, but alas,  they have caught up with me and I am unwell.

So today, I thought I would share some pretty things from India for you to admire. There will only be the odd word.

Beautiful jewel tones




a little more turquoise



and Gold

I have to go now, as George is coming up the stairs.....he thinks I am in bed!

Take care and I will see you later in the week.


  1. Feel better quickly!!! :D

  2. I'm sorry to read you aren't feeling well Daphne and hope you're over it soon! Lovely (and colourful) pieces you shared with us today. =)

  3. These small little containers are like treasured jewels ! How beautiful and inspiring.
    Hope you feel well quickly !

  4. I hope you feel better soon! Beautiful trinkets.

  5. I imagine those are from your trips. Beautiful collection

  6. Hi Daphne, lovely pictures all in jewel colours. Take care & get well soon.
    Best wishes Barbara


  7. Darn , sorry the viruses got you

    hurry get back in bed

  8. Hi Daphne,
    The colors are beautiful and so pretty! I love the red..Feel better and get rest.
    Sending hugs, Elizabeth

  9. Dear Daphne,i hope you are much better now!I realy love your Indian beauty!Each one more preety from the other!And with so beautiful colors!!Thank you for your kind comment on my blog!Your visit makes me happy!Wishing you a lovely evening!Take care!

  10. Oh Daphne
    your Indian treasures are beautiful
    so ornate and gorgeous.

    I am sorry to read that you are unwell
    take good care of yourself and get lots
    of rest.

    Hope you staying in bed!


  11. Gorgeous pieces, Daphne! I hope you feel better soon. Get some rest my friend.

  12. Hi Daphne-
    I'm stopping in for a visit to get caught up with you.
    A trip to India! You must be giddy with excitement!
    What a wonderful adventure.
    Your White on White cushion is absolutely beautiful. The beading and hand quilting are simply exquisite.
    Oh my- the grapefruit marmalade looks delicious. I love the checkered jar lids you used. Your mom's table cloth is truly a work of art. The sun in those picture shining on those jars and table cloth are the essence of home.
    Thank you for sharing the pretty things from India, lovely.
    Do take care, and hope you feel better soon.
    I'll be seeing you again soon.
    ♥ Becka @ Girasole Farm

  13. Qué maravillas de cosas de la India deben ser joyeros hermosos me gustó el blanco,mejórate pronto del virus,abrazos hugs,hugs.

  14. Fico enkantada como tem coisas lindas e com brilho na India!
    descansa e tome vitamina c...
    cházinho de gengibre também ajuda! se cuida ...melhoras! bjss

  15. Daphne, they are so beautiful! Do you go to India often?

  16. Hi Daphne!!!!

    I'm sorry to hear about your visit with the flu:(
    I hope it doesn't stick around too long.

    Thank you for letting us visit a bit of India. So colorful!!!

    Take care

  17. These are absolutely beautiful!!! Thank you for taking the time to share with us. I do hope you are feeling better :)

  18. Sweet Daphne! Oh I hope you get well really soon. Too bad it got your. I loved the white and turquoise boxes the most. Those were great fun. I'm ok. I bought some more heels today and they will be on my posts in the coming week. Yippeeeeeee! hahahahaha.

  19. I hope you're feeling much better by now, Daphne. Chicken soup, that's the ticket!

    Your Indian treasures are wonderful, beautiful shapes and colours.

  20. Hope you are feeling much better, now. What beautiful tiny treasures these are. Beads and mirrors and bright colors, enough to fascinate anyone.

  21. Shame on you Daphne! Up taking pictures and blogging while you were supposed to be resting! ;) I love the items though. Are you going to fill us in on some of the details? They're just beautiful!


  22. Dearest Daphne,
    Thanks for following me and I've returned the favor as you see.
    India... yes, we've worked there as consultants for more than a decade and we loved the food, the fabrics, their crafts. So many things to admire! Your blog is quite interesting, why don't you place the Thumbnails of previous posts by you under each posting. That way, visitors will click on them and read more and thus visit longer. I did write a very easy to follow tutorial about how to put them on: LinkWithin Thumbnails
    Have a great weekend.


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