He offered me to review one of their products and I could select anything for $100 or I could have the option to review a product for $50 and share the $50 to one of my readers. I chose the latter, to share with my readers, as an appreciation for your faithful visits.
These hand made glasses are just gorgeous! I love the cobalt blue rims and the natural bubbly thick glass.
They are perfect, paired with my other hand blown set of margarita glasses. They also came so nicely and carefully packed, no chance of breakage at all.
My tablescape consists of a multicolored, but mostly blue and yellow, runner from Roatan, Honduras, Italian Meridiana "Ceramiche" plates and bowls, blue and yellow French toile placemats, Mexican glasses and Italian pottery jars.
Nothing here is new except for the Mexican hand blown glasses from Novica. Oh and also the 2 gold plated roses that John gave me for our anniversary. The third one was also given by him last Valentine's day. Everything else was just gathered from around the house.
I love the shape of these Italian dishes. They are like a wavy square or maybe a trapezoid. I bought the blue flatware from Neiman Marcus a while back when they were on sale. I also have them in black that I bought from Marshalls and TJ Maxx and another red set from Neiman Marcus. Do you think I like them that much? Yes, I do! I like the Frenchy pewter like things on their handles.
The white off shaped square ceramic plate chargers are made in Portugal. I say off shaped because if you hadn't noticed, two sides are pointed but the 2 opposite sides are rounded. I have had them for a while but this is the first time I got to use them.
Nothing says Italian more than olives so I added my mini olive tree (It's live!) and some olives in a matching small bowl. No, they were not picked from this tree, lol.
Food will have to be served because there is no place for food here. These jars are huge, but they make a statement, don't they?
Oh my mistake. I have something else new. We just bought these small potted rosemarie placecard holders from Pottery barn, during our visit to Charleston, SC this past weekend. They were on sale for a little over $3 each. I thought they would be perfect for a garden setting too.
I added my Italian chef salt and pepper shaker. His body separates into 2. The bottom part is the pepper shaker and the top, the salt, and little blue Polish Pottery dishes for a dipping sauce.
To be entered in the drawing and have a chance to win the Novica $50 gift certificate, all you have to do is one, two or all of the following:
Thank you so much for visiting. I would also like to thank Ricky of Novica for giving me the chance to offer a gift to my readers and followers.
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Thank you all for stopping by!
BTW, Novica is trying to promote some accessories in their their home party division. If you have a chance, I will be very happy if you visited some of the links below. Most or all of them would be perfect for birthday or Christmas gifts and Christmas is just around the corner.
Keyword: mens accessories
Keyword: womens scarves
Keyword: wool scarves
If you want to promote our home party division, here is some further information:
Keyword: Novica Live