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24 May 2010 09:24 PM  

..encouraged by your comments............... here's more ....

Also Steve the Tyke is only half right, 'Donkey sign' is in the kitchen but cannot be seen on photo....

Vlad - you are correct... there is a lot more to see..

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24 May 2010 09:52 PM  

Do you have armed guards patrolling 24/7?? I am surprised there isn't someone lurking in the shadows with a screwdriver.

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24 May 2010 10:41 PM  
I'm with Gordo on that, stunning signs but i can think of plenty of places, even around here where i live which is very rural, where these wouldn't stay put for 5 minuites!! But many thanks for all the postings, superb collection.
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24 May 2010 11:40 PM  
Stunning Wincarnis - super red robin - Love the No Bottles sign (slightly ironic in my house) and Do not pluck the flowers is a great one too.

Thanks for sharing.

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25 May 2010 02:56 AM  

That is a stupendous display you have there
I was stuck for words to describe it , so googled the dictionary definition of  stupendous   : 

 "causing amazement; astounding; marvelous: stupendous news "

You have ticked all the boxes

Enamel signs look great in any setting , around the house , inside , on shed walls etc , but for my money , they were designed mainly for outside .

The garden , courtyard setting you have created using old world design elements  , with the vines and greenery integrated with and enhanced by that fabulous burst of colour we all like ,  is truly inspirational  .

Congratulations ... !   Thanks for showing  .

 I assume the 5 Rottweilers were locked inside for the photo shoot .

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28 Jan 2022 10:09 PM  

 Here's a few more pics for Old Mick , or anyone else who is interested . Better than nothing being posted at all . Got to keep it going somehow  ,lol .

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29 Jan 2022 10:43 AM  
Well done TRIXON!!
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29 Jan 2022 12:43 PM  

Incredible. I couldn't sleep at night myself, knowing they could be easily stolen, must be a small town with good neighbour's!! The "Teas Provided" would have me knocking on your door! Love the big Robin is a favorite, if I ever could get my hands on one, I'd never need another sign! Smilax is an odd one for that series, can't recall seeing one. Anyways, this should be on the cover of Street Jewelery!

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29 Jan 2022 02:30 PM  

 Thanks , Mick . It seems as though you like my old pictures , LOL.  

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29 Jan 2022 05:12 PM  
Yes Sir, understatement of the year !!!
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29 Jan 2022 11:35 PM  
I like to keep mine out of the weather, in their retirement years.
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