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Good tip Toto! Thanks.
The small gentle air blowers used for electronics works really well to dry after washing.
This is lovely. And I would dust it in hot sudsy water. It would be worth the work. That is what I have been doing all Saturday, washing and enjoying my pretties. Took down part of the Christmas tree and washed ornaments. I loved every minute, but my dishpan hands are suffering for it now.
Carol, I don't know if it is Capodimonte, but I got it off an Italian pottery site!
Too much dusting for me unless you keep it in a curio cabinet, but I still love it!
.......but, then you have to lay out towels to drain it, air dry it for 1000 hours, then try to get into the nooks and crannies that are still wet, then move it back to where it was and by then it is dusty again? ;)))) BTW is that Capodimonte Porcelain? :)
Well, if this were mine, I would clean it in sudsy water in a plastic dishpan . . . . but then, I never was a great housekeeper!
Pretty to look at...........but, all I see is dusting, dusting and more dusting? :)
Lovely to look at but way too fragile to have in a regular house! Too many missiles launched by grandsons around here...