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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

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Margaret Lambert

I think that will be a great test of skill and patience, but worth it for the charm of the piece...It is sweet.

Jamie

You go girl!

Darla

I'd love to see the restoration process in pictures. Challenging but what a great rescue it will be.

Darla

Gracie

I'd like to have the patience to do it myself! Can't wait to see what you come up to.

Enid Wilson

It's already very beautiful! I'm sure you can restore it back to its glory. I watched "Turning Back Time" the other day and they were showing the war episode. People had to mend and repair during difficult time. But I think it's an admirable skill to be able to restore things.

Sara

It is a charming piece, I can see why you felt the need to rescue it!

hazel coombes

Such a pretty piece Roz and I look forward to seeing how it looks after restoration. You are surely very talented.
Hazel

Ardi

Molding a new head! Amazing. You never cease to amaze me, Roz. I know it will be lovely when you're done and a nice addition to your other pieces of whimsical/sweet china.

Dancing Beastie

Hello Roz, I've noticed that you haven't been blogging for a while and was just hoping that all is well in your world. Best wishes from sunny Perthshire!

Marie-Noëlle

I hope you've managed by now and that your cherubs are standing and fit now (without any other therapy) !

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