I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
Thanks for sharing photo's of your hobby here, those lamps look a very interesting collection.Hope you have a Happy Thursday to.All the best Jan
Are some of those lamps still workable? A neat collection. Happy Thanksgiving, too.
they are lovely. thank you, gosia, for being willing to host a fence link-up. i have added a note in my post for folks to keep an eye on your site in the future!
The sliver lamp is very typical of what was used in Australia, perhaps still is in some places. Interesting collection.
Fancy you collecting old lamps, nothing wrong with that.My grandmother gave me one some years ago long before she died, it's a kerosene on, all glass with a wick and it works!
That's a wonderful collection of old lamps. I see you are going to take up the mantle of good fences and I am just wondering when you are going to start and how I will know? If you can drop me an email when you do start I will certainly enter. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Interesting lamps. I have something similar somewhere in the store room. We use that when i was young on days where there is no electricity
What a great collection!
What a fun collection. - It's always neat to see what different people collect. - Am looking forward to your Good Fences - Thanks for volunterring to take it over.
Fun collection and awesome sky shot ~ Hoping you keep Good Fences moving ~ Happy Thanksgiving to you.
i can see why you are drawn to them, they are interesting and beautiful!! you are brave to take on good fences!!!
Do you light them at all?I hope you do take on the Good Fences!