Some beautiful Tulip Style tea cups and a little Christmas village waiting for the colors of the season.
A cute little birdie sitting in it's nest, some picture frames, plates, and several footed bowls.
Lots of little Texas ornaments, and even some ceramic soup spoons.
A lovely piece that just needs to go in the kiln (when we find a way to power it).
Do you see it?
This beautiful little Japanese tea cup held quite a surprise.
A nice little Geisha staring back when you drink your tea.
This turtle needs to be fired, but I thought he was awfully cute.
Some ceramic eggs waiting to be decorated for Easter. I've wanted to make some of these since the first time I saw the ones in my in-law's house that Mildred painted.
Some of the AMAZING talent of Mildred also known as Millie. I fell in love with this as soon as the wrapping came off. I don't know that I will ever be capable of this.
And last but definitely not least, my favorite piece of the whole lot. This little flying pig ornament made me laugh and certainly made me think of Mildred more than anything else in the bunch. It took me several days to get all this unpacked, and a few more to get it all packed back up to put in the garage/studio until I can do something with it. I'm itching to get started.