They are gorgeous, but I agree they are hard to find and if you do they can be quite expensive. I have been buying dome clocks and removing the clock part. Sometimes you can pick them up relatively cheap if you are lucky. Enjoy your Sunday, Tam x
Hi Tam...I've started using clock domes too...you can still find them cheap at some thrift shops!!
I'm quite in awe of your collection as I'm yet to find one that isn't astronomically priced! Yours are just lovely :-) Jem xXx
You have a wonderful collection - amazing!Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger
so beautiful! a great collection...thanks for the pictures...makes me want to go decorate right now!!I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.
Welcome to my Blog!!!....and I look forward to following yours x x
You have some great domes. I really like the one with the wood finial on top.Mary Alice
They're gorgeous and I love the way you've displayed them. Alas glass domes are out for me for another couple of years with my boys still so young (and active)!
...and Mr VL bought me home a new one last night, to cheer my reno blues up. I will post it soon! x x
Gosh - that set of scales is beautiful.
Hi there! It's a 1904 post office scale!
I love these. I should start looking for them. I love all the vintage things in them! I am your newest follower. I hope you can visit me sometime too :)
Hi there Tammy, and welcome to my blog, and I look forward to enjoying yours x x
Glass domes, globes, old suitcases. Love your finds. Thanks for following.Thrift Bee.
Very elegant! I love your arrangements. :) ~Liz
this stunning cloche display is gorgeous in its simplicity, color and composition! lovely!
Oh they are gorgeous and grouped together, just stunning. I love the pears, the scale and the buttons, how simple and beautiful. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty
Truly gorgeous! My first time here. I believe I'll have a look around...and congrats on your feature!
Hi there and welcome! Your blog is wonderful!
Hello Meg,I came over from Marty's @ a stroll thru life. Certainly thought your cluster of cloches wereso lovely. Especially loved the pears under glass, but they were all very neat.Seems like anything under glass looks great.Welcome to the blogging world.Blessings, Nellie
I also came to visit form Marty's @ a stroll thru life. I would never have thought of looking for a clock dome as a cloche. I would also like to welcome you. You are certainly among friends. It's a wonderful world to find those that enjoy the same things you do.~Mona~
I love to hear from you and appreciate your messages. Meg xx