Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - door knocker in Venice

Venice door knocker 4

11 comments:

momto8 said...

oh my goodness! what a sight! i think I love it!
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Frambooske said...

Hey thanks for popping by!
I've got a thing for door knockers.. I like to know what they look like and how they work - in case I can't get them to work, lol... hmm.

Mariposa said...

Door knockers is one the many things that amaze me...I haven't used one!

Happy WW!

Jenni Elyse said...

I love that knocker. I want to put it on my door even though it would look so out of place, lol. Great pic!

Amanda Makepeace said...

Wow! Isn't that gorgeous.

artangel said...

That's fabulous! I adore architectural details like this, so much work and craftsmanship in there :)

Pepca said...

Wonderful! And a little scary:)

Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook said...

Love this pic, it's a really interesting door knocker! Nice detail on the knocker and the door. Looks like it has history.

solar panels said...

If your purchase is for a wedding gift or housewarming gift and you may not know where the door knocker will wind up. In this case there are many styles available that are universal. If not certain of the final location it is best to stay simple.

letterbox said...

Door knockers can make great gifts. If you a looking for a unique house warming gift or something to spice up your house then a customized door knocker could be the answer. You can buy an angel door knocker to watch over the house of a loved one or buy a novelty door knocker for someone as a gag gift.

Constance Hill said...

I read somewhere about a door knocker scavenger hunt in Venice, Italy--a great activity for seeing much of the city and so many different door knockers. If anyone knows where to find it on the internet, I sure would appreciate that person taking the time to post about it.

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