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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Valentine's Day is ten days behind us, but in the spirit of keeping romance alive through a cold and frosty winter, here's a line of handmade ceramics inspired by Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights. I have to admit, I haven't read the book, but I love those painted faces, those swirls of blue and white, the overall literary fan-girliness of it all.

Shop more on Etsy, here. I also love this pink forest mug, these garden worms, this textured teepee, and this mysterious "small smokey vessel."

(PS: Two titles I am reading, and would highly recommend: No Regrets and The Diary of Anais Nin, Volume 1. What are you reading?)

11 comments:

Emily said...

Oh my this is awesome. I love the Heath Cliff mug. I love Charlotte Bronte but I am actually named after Emily Bronte. I will have to check out more of the shop!


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Shoko said...

Emily, that's awesome! I love that!

Kathy said...

I love n+1! Will have to get my hands on No Regrets at some point.

Currently reading Tom Wolfe's "Maude Gloves & Madmen, Clutter & Vine" and I want to read "Love Illuminated" (by Daniel Jones, the editor of the NY Times Modern Love column) and "Last Exit to Brooklyn" (by Hubert Selby, Jr.).

Anonymous said...

these are so nerdy and amazing.

Ione said...

Bookmarked.

Shoko said...

Kathy, I'm embarrassed to say that I'm not familiar with any of those books! Making notes of them now...

Diana said...

Oh my goodness. The whole line is so very pretty.

Natalie said...

well this is just lovely.

Jenny said...

I'm actually reading Wuthering Heights for the first time right now! I'm only on the third chapter, but I'm loving it so far. There's just something about the formality of everything back then; it makes me wish time travel was a real possibility!

Shoko said...

Jenny, I need to check it out! Sounds like a lovely springtime read :)

Tali said...

One of my favorite books!!

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