These owls are part of my collection and were all gifts from my family.
The whimsical green pottery owl was made by a local potter on the central coast of New South Wales.
Made in Japan, the second owl is intricately hand painted and sits on a wooden base. It has a label which says ‘Andrea by Sadek’.
Moulded in concrete, the small grey owl has fine detail in its feathers.
The little pair of brown owls were made and hand painted in Scotland.
The last owl is a paper weight, and has a magnifying effect through the glass as you tilt it.
A Christmas tree, some presents, two much loved teddy bears and a vase of Christmas bush. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Gather together with your family and friends and enjoy a delicious lunch – the perfect Christmas day.
A blue brolga pecking in the native violet patch; a ceramic butterfly perched on a wall; a green frog settled in a group of succulents; and a “Welcome to our Garden” ornament nestled in a potted casaurina. These were all gifts from my daughter and her family. Some of them I have had for years and they are always a welcome addition to our garden.
Gifts from my family are a nice addition and bring pleasant memories. The beautiful little house was a gift from my daughter and her family and fits nicely into the garden near the lichen covered rock and mossy driftwood.