I recently purchased this sweet little doggy pyjama case from a car boot for £4. I leapt on him with such glee that I think the man selling it thought I was a little bonkers (not that I mind that). Anyway I initially thought I might sell him and took to calling him Dog so as not to get attached. This however failed miserably and he has lived on my bed for over a week, slowly becoming a fixture.
Here is my ode to dog in the form of photographs inspired by one of my all time favourite paintings
Lady with an Ermine
With a heavy dose of Hungarian folk dress mixed in for good measure
French silk headscarf, originally my great Aunt's
Floral Headdress by Penny MacBeth, based on a traditional Hungarian design.
1970s Broderie Anglaise bed coat via a charity shop
Embroidered necklace with a detachable painted eye brooch by Penny MacBeth
1930s dog pyjama case, via a car boot