make a stunningly graphic display
|A receipt for family silver signed - Paul Revere|
|With the turkeys in Washington today a gobbler would|
be so much more appropriate on that pole.
The Federalist Era - 1790 - 1820
Patriotism was running high in the new republic .
Eagles were a very popular decorative motif
Would statistics have been the same if Mr. Franklin's vote had carried the day ?
for the past 12 years.
free to roam in their enclosed garden safe from predators.
|The Motel Chix|
|HOMESPUN LINEN from Summer Hill ltd.|
|All the girls were chosen based on looks and personality|
The color was the inspiration for the foils on our wine and olive oil bottles
|"birds of a feather..." Cabarnet Sauvignons from the Calistoga Appelation|
The Auracana blue capsule stands out on the GLEASON
Feathers don't appear often as motifs in textile designs even though the colorations, textures, and patterns are amazing- actually reminds me of the always popular leopard motif.
By the way- you do not need a rooster for hens to lay eggs.
|A cheerful way to wake up the morning|
When you keep chickens you become the recipient of almost anything 'Chicken'
|BECKY DOODLE TOILE from Summer Hill Ltd|
|An antique French weathervane|
Le Coq has graced steeples from churches to dovecotes for many centuries
The Gallo Nero on the neck of a chianti bottle certifies that it is a true Chianti Classico made of at least 80% Sangiovese grapes
|Traditional Chianti bottle with straw carrier|
|A Lamp made from an antique wine bottle is amazingly modern|
from Drum & Company Antiques San Francisco
Our one and only rooster is a bronze one sculpted by Miri Margolin, the Israeli sculptress
|Perched on the entry wall crowing welcome|
acclaimed for her bust of Raoul Wollenberg, installed in the capital building in Washington, D.C.
His bust stands as a continuous reminder that one man with the courage to care and the conviction to know right from wrong- can make a difference. Nothing "chicken" about that kind of hero.
|'Inspiring images of rough-edged but strangely regal|
18th-century farms, country houses and city mansions.
Poetic, accessible juxtapositions abound.'
New York Times
|The Pulitzer Prize winning epic novel about the|
Civil War and the Restoration
|This 16th century house outside London was the home of Leslie Howard. It is now owned by our friends Alex and Terry. They have restored the grounds and the house. The screening room now quite derelict is a future project|