|Louis Donovan (strikethose) wrote in repose,|
@ 2015-12-13 16:41:00
|Entry tags:||*delivery, evelyn williams, louis donovan, luke henry|
[deliveries: luke henry and evelyn williams]
[The bottle is delivered in a small blue box, left for her at the school. A note inside explains that it was a gift from an anonymous benefactor purchased at Repose Antiques. It is wrapped neatly in white tissue paper. The tag, which reads Plique-à-Jour Enamel Bottle, 19th cent is still attached.
The bottle is cool to the touch. It remains cool even after holding it for long periods, and the scent of the remnants of its old perfume, to the owner, seem to change all the time.]
[The book comes in a solid grey box, dropped off at Luke Henry's door after asking around for his residence. The note also indicates it was purchased at Repose Antiques by an anonymous gifter.
The silver is heavy, and the book is locked securely - though it may open for the right hands at the right moment.
The basket of flowers is ornamental and suggests mourning, but there is something comfortable and soothing about holding it in your hands. The attribution tag reads merely, Prayer Book, German, 18th Cent., Locked.]