There’s more glass on display here at the Runyon Collection besides the paperweights. The collection is heavy on cameo glass. Let me explain that for your tiny mortal brains. Imagine a glass sandwich. Then imagine carving the top piece of bread in fancy patterns so that the tunafish shows through, or even digging down to expose the bottom piece of bread.
Drat. Now I’m hungry.
The museum staff rotate the displays so there is always something new. By Heimdal’s Golden Helmet, those Runyons have a lot of glass. (Which makes me think that they really would not miss one or two pieces here and there.)
Sigyn is thrilled because a lot of this display is a nice, strawberryish red.
Someone who was a Plant Nerd designed this one. Sigyn likes it a lot.
I prefer this next one. It has bindweed, which is tenacious and pernicious and altogether a pain in the neck for farmers. (The label says morning glories, but the human female says bindweed, and she knows about pernicious, being so herself.)
Look, Sigyn! This one symbolizes our love. It has passionflowers.
And because flowers need something to pollinate them:
If the first couple were strawberry, that one is lemonade.
Then there’s strawberry lemonade…
Drat. Now I’m hungry AND thirsty.