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Wednesday, 04 April 2007

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auntie

Love your posts !!! and you photos !!! and how much travelin', fun, and visitin' you are getting to do !!!

I noticed on the web your trip to Italy. We visited Manarola also last year and stopped at a ceramic shop and are trying to recall the name of the shop. They had a wonderful platter with a beautiful lemon pattern and dark navy blue background. Our daughter and son-in-law loved it. Their birthdays are fast approaching and we are trying to find the platter for a gift. I've looked pretty extensively on the web for the pattern but no luck. Do you happen to recall the name of the shop you have a photo of on the web?
Thanks, Doug

Girlie

I'm so sorry, Doug! It was just a random place under the stairs in Manarola. I can tell you my aunt bought a beautiful plate in Umbria from Deruta (http://www.derutaitaly.com/) , but I don't know if they do a lemony pattern. I'd also search for ceramicists in the Amalfi Coast - they like patterns with lemons down there, too. Good luck, and sorry I couldn't be more helpful!

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