Friday, 1 June 2012

Tuesday and Thursday on Friday

Morning folks I haven't posted for a couple of days, so here's a quick catch up before I head off to work.
These are some 16lb jugs I made earlier in the week, each with a scroll handle, the likes of which are often found on the old traditional harvest jugs in this region.
Some little moneyboxes, with love birds, a cockerel and a bird on it's next with its brood.

My regular daily company - I think Mrs Duck must be sitting on eggs, she visits less frequently recently. I made this video on Tuesday.
And this one yesterday. Well this won't do, I'd better get to work, bye for now

7 comments:

Scott Garrett said...

Those jugs are some handsome beasts Doug. love the money boxes too, I have a particular soft spot for the little hay stack ones.

Dennis Allen said...

A bird on the bank is worth two in the bush.

Joe Troncale said...

great craft...

Betsy C said...

beautiful as always Doug. I love the little bird banks ... I think you need to make one in honor of Mrs. Duck!

Michael Kline said...

Phil Ronbeck and I have had a longstanding debate about banks. I say that banks are for saving and should be hard to break into, Phil believes that they should be easy to break into and have a convenient stopper. Where do you stand with the issue of bank robbery?

doug Fitch said...

Thanks folks.

Banks are definitely for saving MK - I'm a non stopper man :)

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

Aww how sweet I wish I had a little ducky visitor! Love the little curly addition to the bottom of those handles : )