Thursday, September 25, 2014

Renaissance Hunt 4: and yet again...

Shortish one this time, as I am recruiting my forces for the big mini-hunt at #71, and then the push to the end.  Couple more posts ought to do it.  I hope.
Starting off with some fetching headgear (an Antique Burgonet, in fact) from stop 61, Chimeric Arts.

Then this perfectly charming Tudor Knot Formal Garden from Pierre Ceriano at number 62.

More gardening - a Meditation Garden and separate Slab Bench from 63, Keshiki Garden Centre.

"Sabine" Tawny shoes - boots, really, I guess - from Lindy Modern and Retro Shoes at number 64.  I'm not sure that shot does them justice.  They're rather nice.  The "Robert" Rawhide for the gentlemen is probably just as nice, but isn't pictured.

DaVinci Wings from 65, {Eclectic Muse}.

"Eros" cropped cardigan from 66, ***baci village***.  Front and back views so you can see Eros on the back and Shakespeare on the front.  There's also a less cropped, but equally decorative, one for the gents.

"The Sword in the Stone" from 67, Lunar Seasonal Designs.  Amusing hovertext does not show in this snapshot.

Gold Kindarth crown from 68, Rainy Fey Creations.  ObDisclaimer about Rainy Fey being run by a personal friend.  This is still a stylish accessory, no matter whose friends are involved.

"Ophelia" (worn) and "Hamlet" (pictured) mesh outfits from stop 69, Miss Darcy.  The Ophelia dress is actually a very nice piece of mesh work, with proper folds and shadows and everything.  Nice one, there.  I didn't try Hamlet on, but there's no denying I was tempted.

And, last in this section, a Throne Chair (with multiple sits) from Casa de Bebe.

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