day 204 – four mid-century colored bowls

Color plays a big part in the lives of those living in New Orleans: we’re a vibrant, bold hued brand of folk. These vintage, crayon-colored, mid-century bowls I picked up in an antique shop in the neighboring hamlet of Covington. The shop owner guessed they were used at one point as candy dishes, but in their new life pull double duty as knick-knack collectors and make-shift stained glass windows as they sit perched to catch the morning sun.

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