Ode to a Hand Carved Urn

Okay, maybe it’s not an ode, but talk about elevated style—look at these Magnificent  Urns on a table. They are  hand carved from Elm and then burnt in a kiln to give them a patina. Apparently, these were ordered for The Atlanta Decorator Show House last year and just showed up last week. They would be great on a console table or a sideboard. How about on the floor in an entry or on either end of a sofa table. I found these on the same shopping trip to Boxwood Garden and Gifts where I photographed the Faux fruit and veggies. Guess who enjoyed a little retail therapy this week?

Love them on this Dining Table
A single Urn looks great, too
Close-up View of the Carving

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I love interior design :: beautiful gardens :: antiques :: cooking :: dogs :: renovations :: and bargains. Located in Atlanta, Georgia and Highlands/Cashiers, North Carolina … and wherever my travels take me. Check out my Favorites on the List Pages—updated with places and things I love. Read my blog for my latest finds. I’m a visual person so I won’t bore you with lots of text. Let’s go!

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I love interior design :: beautiful gardens :: antiques :: cooking :: dogs :: renovations :: and bargains. Located in Atlanta, Georgia and Highlands/Cashiers, North Carolina … and wherever my travels take me. Check out my Favorites on the List Pages—updated with places and things I love. Read my blog for my latest finds. I’m a visual person so I won’t bore you with lots of text. Let’s go!

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