The last hortensias (hydrangeas) from our garden (in vintage French pharmacy bottles and a Dame Jean jug).
Fruits and herbs.
Chilies and dried spices in antique apothecary jars.
An antique post box.
Baker's vintage dough cutters from Paris.
Nambe candlesticks from Santa Fe (a gift from my daughter); a Dutch Arts & Crafts pewter candleholder and modern Moroccan-inspired votives on a Mexican silver tray from Sevilla, Spain.
Hope you enjoy these last days of summer!
P.S. It still amazes me that people who profess to be leaders can be so disingenuous. Our forefathers surely would be shocked by the distinct lack of truthfulness in current American election campaigns. We deserve better than men with no reality-based ideas or solutions of their own making vague, empty promises and platitudes.