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house of flowers gifts - Crouching Tiger
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon / Curse of the Golden Flower / House of Flying Daggers Trilogy [Blu-ray]
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon / Curse of the Golden Flower / House of Flying Daggers Trilogy [Blu-ray]
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Named "Best Picture of the Year" by over 100 critics nationwide! Two master warriors (Chow Yun Fat and Michelle Yeoh) are faced with their greatest challenge when the treasured Green Destiny sword is stolen. A young aristocrat (Zhang Ziyi) prepares for an arranged marriage, but soon reveals her superior fighting talents and her deeply romantic past. As each warrior battles for justice, they come face to face with their worst enemy - and the inescapable, enduring power of love. Set against 19th-century China's breathtaking landscape, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is the action-packed, box office smash from acclaimed director Ang Lee (Sense and Sensibility, The Ice Storm) featuring stunning martial arts choreography by Yuen Wo Ping (The Matrix).

Curse of the Golden Flower
From the director of Hero and House of Flying Daggers comes the martial arts epic masterpiece whose savage beauty and exquisite elegance has mesmerized and captivated audiences around the world. Set in the lavish and breathtakingly colorful world hidden from the eyes of mere mortals behind the walls of the Forbidden City, a tale of a royal family divided against itself builds to a mythic climax as lines are crossed, trust is betrayed, and family blood is spilled in the quest for redemption and revenge. Starring Chow Yun Fat of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon as the embattled Emperor and Gong Li of Memoirs of a Geisha as his poisoned Empress, Curse of the Golden Flower grants you entry into a dazzling and spectacular world of betrayal, vengeance and passion that will change the way you think of martial arts forever.

House of Flying Daggers
"Prepare your eyes for popping," in this "martial-arts fireball that throws in a lyrical love story, head spinning fights and dazzling surprises" (Rolling Stone). "A gorgeous entertainment" (A.O. Scott, New York Times). Mei is an exotic, beautiful blind dancer, associated with a dangerous revolutionary gang, known as the House of Flying Daggers. Captured by officers of the decadent Tang Dynasty, Mei finds herself both threatened - and attracted - to the most unusual circumstances. Here, her heart and loyalties battle each other, amid warriors in the treetops and dazzling combat - the likes of which have never before been seen!

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Ightham Mote - pretty flower, I think Astromenia?
Ightham Mote - pretty flower, I think Astromenia?
It's got beautiful colours anyway. Can anyone confirm if it is an Astromenia? Ightham Mote is a rare surviving example of a moated medieval manor house dating from the early part of the 14th-century with important later additions and alterations. The earliest building phase included the Great Hall, Crypt, Old Chapel and two Solars. The builder of Ightham Mote is as yet unknown, but the first known owner was Sir Thomas Cawne (c1360 -1374). A series of owners have each made an impact to varying degrees upon both the interior and exterior of the house. Most notable of these was Edward Haut (1487-1519), who enclosed the Courtyard and constructed the cottage range; Sir Richard Clement (1521 - 1538), who embellished the House with Tudor symbols, (Oriel window barge boards, Great Hall stained glass and in particular, the unique Chapel ceiling); Sir William and Dame Dorothy Selby (1611- 1641), who developed the Drawing Room and adjacent range and Sir Thomas Colyer Fergusson (1889-1951), who undertook an extensive repair in 1889. A Grade I listed building and in part a Scheduled Ancient Monument, Ightham Mote is according to Pevsner, 'the most complete small medieval manor house in the country' and provides a remarkable picture of architectural development over more than five centuries. Many of the contents were auctioned and dispersed during the 1951 sale such that those presently on display are an amalgam of collections left by Mr Robinson, those acquired via the Trust network and several items which have come back to the property through gifts. A collection of intrinsic contents has been bequeathed by Sir James Colyer-Fergusson, grandson of Sir Thomas Colyer-Fergusson who owned the House from 1889-1951. Ightham Mote has just completed the largest conservation project ever undertaken by the National Trust on a house of this age and fragility. The phased programme of conservation and repair began in 1988 and is now complete. The South West Quarter was the last phase of work to be undertaken on the house. It finished in 2004 and enabled the showing of Charles Henry Robinson's apartment for the first time. Work is also complete on the South range of the cottages. The valuable work has helped to ensure that this wonderful Property is preserved for all to enjoy and is being made possible by generous public contributions to the ongoing Appeal and by courtesy of English Heritage grant aid. This year marks not only the completion of the conservation project, but also the 20th anniversary since the National Trust acquired the house.
Ightham Mote - pretty flower - Achillea "Credo"
Ightham Mote - pretty flower - Achillea "Credo"
I think this is Achillea "Credo" - anyone able to confirm? Ightham Mote is a rare surviving example of a moated medieval manor house dating from the early part of the 14th-century with important later additions and alterations. The earliest building phase included the Great Hall, Crypt, Old Chapel and two Solars. The builder of Ightham Mote is as yet unknown, but the first known owner was Sir Thomas Cawne (c1360 -1374). A series of owners have each made an impact to varying degrees upon both the interior and exterior of the house. Most notable of these was Edward Haut (1487-1519), who enclosed the Courtyard and constructed the cottage range; Sir Richard Clement (1521 - 1538), who embellished the House with Tudor symbols, (Oriel window barge boards, Great Hall stained glass and in particular, the unique Chapel ceiling); Sir William and Dame Dorothy Selby (1611- 1641), who developed the Drawing Room and adjacent range and Sir Thomas Colyer Fergusson (1889-1951), who undertook an extensive repair in 1889. A Grade I listed building and in part a Scheduled Ancient Monument, Ightham Mote is according to Pevsner, 'the most complete small medieval manor house in the country' and provides a remarkable picture of architectural development over more than five centuries. Many of the contents were auctioned and dispersed during the 1951 sale such that those presently on display are an amalgam of collections left by Mr Robinson, those acquired via the Trust network and several items which have come back to the property through gifts. A collection of intrinsic contents has been bequeathed by Sir James Colyer-Fergusson, grandson of Sir Thomas Colyer-Fergusson who owned the House from 1889-1951. Ightham Mote has just completed the largest conservation project ever undertaken by the National Trust on a house of this age and fragility. The phased programme of conservation and repair began in 1988 and is now complete. The South West Quarter was the last phase of work to be undertaken on the house. It finished in 2004 and enabled the showing of Charles Henry Robinson's apartment for the first time. Work is also complete on the South range of the cottages. The valuable work has helped to ensure that this wonderful Property is preserved for all to enjoy and is being made possible by generous public contributions to the ongoing Appeal and by courtesy of English Heritage grant aid. This year marks not only the completion of the conservation project, but also the 20th anniversary since the National Trust acquired the house.

house of flowers gifts
house of flowers gifts
House Of White Birches-Modern Flowers
DRG PUBLICATIONS-House of White Birches: Modern Flowers Cross Stitch. Designer Barbara Campagna created these garden blooms with a clean graphic approach in mind. They are representational and illustrative rather than realistic. Projects include wall art bread cloth towel border place mat accent pillow and pillow case. The use of basic stitches and color variation threads are sure to appeal to all stitchers-beginner to the more experienced. This book includes 32 pages of detailed instructions for 7 projects and color pictures. Softcover: 32 pages. Made in USA.

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