I bought this blue diamond patterned dress over the 'net (pun intended).
It's still a bit wintry to wear it, even though July was our warmest July on record.
The orange and white brooch was made by Jo Howard, a talented Dunedin ceramic artist.
I've got half a dozen of her pieces, I like her work.
Although I'm more of a cat person, I seem to have inherited a few dogs.
A Staffordshire chimney ornament.
Dog staring adoringly at owner.
I think I know why so many men prefer dogs to cats.
This might be quite old, but probably not valuable as it is chipped.
Dogs on a motorbike!
How could I resist?
For this hideousness I broke my own rule of not buying salt and pepper sets.
A Cadbury Bournville chocolate tin.
"Dignity and Impudence" by Sir Edwin Landseer.
There is a Cadbury factory here in Dunedin, but I don't know if it was bought here, as the tin is made in England.
Two Avon cologne bottles.
How bizarre - dog cologne?
A bulldog smoking toasted navy cut tobacco.
This is just wrong.
I'm not sure if this is a dog or a fox.
A cute wooden dachshund toy.
I have dozens of these glass animal Bols miniatures!
One day I may drink them.
Ta-ta for now,