Thursday, February 04, 2010

I found some cloches for you!

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I can't tell you how many people have emailed me over the last year or so asking me where I got my etched glass cloche. I got it at Marshalls but they only had two and I never saw them again anywhere. Since I still get so many emails about this I decided to do a google search and see if anyone out there was selling them online and good news...I found some! They look indentical to mine!
I contacted this website yesterday to see how many they had in stock but I haven't heard back from them yet. The website is called "Beyond the Windowsill" and if you click on that it will take you there. They are $38 and the shipping to California was about $20 (which by the way is about what I paid for my cloche at Marshalls). I just thought I would put it out there in case anyone is interested.

(I have no affiliation with this company)


Elsie said...

Cindy~ Those are beautiful and I
think it is very nice of you to
take time to find those for people
you don't even know. Thank you for
doing that.:O)

Jennifer said...

I love cloches and don't have any to date ... this one is really beautiful and it IS very nice of you to look for others...thank you. Jennifer

Kathysue said...

Cindy, this is good information. My friend Marty at A stroll thru life blog has a cloche party once a month I would imagine those ladies would love this information. you should join in on the fun. I will let Marty know about this. They are very pretty, but I like the Marshall's prices better. Kathysue

Kathysue said...

Cindy here is the link to Marty's cloche party if you are interested

Aisha Zaman said...

hii cindy! i just came across your blog...its absolutely lovely! you live in a dream space--such an amazing style of decor :) i just started following you on twitter--till i realized u last logged on a few months back--- please come on twitter so we can have daily updates :) best wishes xx

Kimberly said...

I didn't know what you were talking about when you said "Cloches". I had never heard that word but I know the item!! The one you have is beautiful!!

Joanne Kennedy said...

I also have seen then at Tuesday Morning several times. Not sure if they are still there or not. They were only $20 each. They are even prettier in person, believe it or not!


Sandra said...

Very pretty, Cindy:) I don't have any cloches and have been looking for some.

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

I've always admired your beautiful cloches, Cindy. Very thoughtful of you to find these for everyone.


Diane said...

They sure are beautiful, I will keep my eyes peeled at favorite stores like Marshalls, Home Goods, TJ Max you never know! Thanks for the Info. Hugs from Your Friend, Diane

Olivia and Me said...

thanks for the link!!!!

I love your shop of course and to find links on products for others makes you a very classy lady in my book.

Hugs for sharing this with us.

with love,

skoots1mom said...

i'm so upset...Yesterday, I mistakenly broke the one i've been using over my cake plate. It took me forever the first time to find the one i wanted and then I go and hit it against the kitchen counter.
Oh well, off to another adventure to find a new one :)
thanks for sharing this site

Angela said...

I must say I love cloches! Mary Carol Garrity's shop Nell Hill carries some as well. Atchison, KS or KC. Love your website. I visit often!

Susan Wicker said...

Cindy...Do you know anyhthing about the history of cloches? What are they usually used for? You are a very thoughtful person, always trying to help. Thanks. Sincerely, Susan from

Lavender Cottage said...

The etched cloches really are pretty and I too have been looking for one. I'll have to see if there is a source in Canada which will be cheaper for me.
I agree, very nice of you to source products for fellow bloggers, I do the same when I can.

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Susan, they were used in the garden for seedlings and small plants....sort of like a small greenhouse.

Linda Q said...

Cindy I have two of the large ones like yours, I got mine at Marshalls or ROSS and paid between $10-15 each for them. Then I have a couple little etched ones I found at an antique mall in Seattle. I love them all and everyone always wants mine too.
But I won't part with them!!

Bird said...


You have a beautiful home!!! What a fab taste, each pieces seems to be very carefully picked to complement your decor!! Love it!!

Nina Patricia @ The Adventures of Nina Patricia said...

Thank you so much for getting this information as I was one of those people interested in them.
You are the best!