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July 25, 2009

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Annie

Beautiful! I love copper utensils hanging on kitchen walls. My grandma had some (she called them Jello molds).

Have a great weekend!

sassy mom

Lovely Copper Utensils. And that man really works fast.

Teena in Toronto

Great take on today's theme!

I played too :)

kaye

wow!

CherryPie

That is a great idea for the theme. Thanks for dropping by.

Kathy (Trekcapri)

Hi Jerry, great take on this week's theme. That's a really cool looking shop. Thanks so much for sharing the information with us. I haven't made it to Montepulciano yet, but I would like to someday.

Have a great weekend!

Candi

Great take on the theme, Jerry. The copper utensils are beautiful, and Cesar sure knows his trade!

Marta

He is definitely a master. It is always a joy to come across someone who has the talent and still creates things by hand. Great take on this week's theme.

shie

those were beautiful utensils ... there's a lot of craftsmanship involved:)

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

Great utensils! What is unbelievable is that once he is gone the art will be lost. Did you get a pot while you were there?

sandrac

Very cool! I'm also wondering, Jerry, if you bought a pot or a mould for your kitchen. It looks like beautiful craftsmanship.

JDeQ

He is incredibly talented. Sad to think that this art will die with him. I am also sad that we never went back and bought the piece that I wanted - note to self - ALWAYS buy what you want , when you wnat it. If you don't lord knows if it will be there again when you pass through.

Thanks for visiting on photo hunt Saturday!

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