Sand Tray and Loose Parts - a guest post at An Everyday Story. *really like the idea of a small tray (round is awesome) instead of dedicating an entire table to it. Food for thought for other trays: mirror, light, etc. hmm...*
x x x ~ 'The Brodgar Boy. Archaeologists found this tiny clay figurine on a spectacular Neolithic settlement complex between two stone circles on the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney; it is one of the earliest representations of a human found in Britain and may have originally been part of a larger clay object. The site was possibly occupied for 1500 years from as early as 3500 BCE.'
A Fabergé Gold-Mounted Translucent Enamel Cigarette Holder, Fedor Afanassiev, St. Petersburg, circa 1895 the cylindrical barrel enamelled in blue over a guilloché ground, within chased foliate collars in varicolor gold, set with a carved amber stem, struck with workmaster's initials, Fabergé in Cyrillic, and 56 standar