o tiny tannenbaum ...
Until I can take a photo of my Christmas tree, I thought I would leave you with an image of my little pottery one, this comes out without fail every year and sits on my kitchen window sill, I am always reluctant to pack it away on twelfth night, but at least the piece of Cornishware I have to take away for space, can go back. I bought this little tree many years ago in Lakeland, when it was still known as Lakeland Plastics! I rate this as one of my best ever buys, I really like it, I have never seen a similar one anywhere else, unless you can tell me different?
Kath from Beeswax wants to know how tall the tree is, I must confess I hadn't thought of measuring it! It is 36 cm tall from the base to the top of the star (14 inches in old money) and 18cm (7 inches) across the widest part of the base of the tree.