Saturday, November 8, 2008

le longhorns



(longhorn teapot and sugar bowl by Gary Rith)
My buddy Lynda asked for longhorn stuff, as she is an authentic seventh generation Texan whose father has actual longhorns. Rather cute, aren't they?

8 comments:

Barbara Martin said...

These are very cute, Gary. Love the photo of the longhorn on top. I can see those horns hooking the barbwire fence up and out of the ground to get fresh green feed.

Lynda said...

Gary - these are magnificent! Thank you :-)

ML said...

Those are gorgeous, Gary! And those guys are very authentic! I treasure memories of the guy with the Caddy in HOuston who had a pair of longhorns mounted on the front of it! Now THAT'S real Texan style! Don't think I'd much care to see that galloping up in my rear view mirror, though!

Lynda said...

And Batman...Holy Smokes! Fighting crime and throwing pots?? Great Jumpin' Jehosaphat, this site has it all!

Farmer*swife said...

I love the white glaze! So, pretty and....clean looking.

:-)

FYI. The dishwasher was running this morning and guess what was in it at coffee time. I had to pull out the old yellow mug.

It's still a good mug. Just small. No cow. No sun.

;-)

Patricia Griffin said...

Hay, those are cute!

Janet said...

Love that glaze!!! Pearly clouds :-)

Cheryl Alena Kinzel said...

Wow! I really LOVE that glaze combo!