I was doing a bit of cleaning and noticed our wine table (we seldomly SEE the things we see every day) and thought it would make a great picture. The small paintings are of course by Mac, the tile picture we bought in Spain on our last trip there. The brass mortar and pestle on the right were brought by Mac's Grandmother from Spain when she emigrated. The tall decanter in the back on the left is antique lead glass from Germany. Also on the left are several vintage cork screws from England, the small glass bottles are also vintage English. The wooden cask, known as a firken and used to carry cider to the workers in the fields is also an antique from England. The wines are South African, Italian, and Australian, while the Irish Cream is of course Irish. A rather cosmopolitan wine table.