|The Water Mill|
The Corwith Windmill stands next to Villa Maria on the village green.
The Watermill Community House was built in the 1890s.
Robert's Restaurant is right next door.
The art gallery was closed.
The antique shop looks intriguing.
I hadn't noticed the Prince of Scots store previously.
Let's check it out.
The shop was filled with beautiful clothing, home accessories and art.
I love the blue and white.here.
|"Farquhar" watercolor and acrylic by Iona Crawford|
The owners, Tim Danser and David Campana have chosen the Scottish luckenbooth as their logo. Two intertwined hearts and a crown, representing love, luck and devotion. The treasures they have chosen for the shop show their devotion.
Think beautiful contemporary fashion for you and your home.
I was loving all of the bright colors.
Are you ready for bikinis and beachwear?
Prince of Scots expects to have "In the Footsteps of John Muir" photographs by Ken Paterson from the show that is at Federal Hall in NYC come to their shop in June. Stay tuned.
A nice article about the proprietors in the Southampton Patch here
|#36 is the Water Mill Museum (#37 is the post office)|
What a lovely afternoon!