More doors, gates and knockers

This was on Murano

Rusty old gate (and a bonus pissotta)

Not really a door or gate, but interesting, just the same

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21 responses to “More doors, gates and knockers

  1. Marie Gehde

    Absolutely loved your doors, gates and knockers page. When we were in Russia/Eastern Europe last year, I took lots of similar photos. I find them quite evocative. I found your blog by ‘googling’ ‘what to do in Venice when you have been there before’ , even though it was 1972 when we were last there!

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  2. One of my books says that the little window in your 5th photo dates back to the 9th or 10th century. The workmanship is so beautiful!

    Happy Easter to you!

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  3. Sono D. Chicago

    Again, not the kind of knockers I was hoping for…especially after the recent, racy Canova-bottoms talk. Perhaps you can, um, touch on this topic in a forthcoming edition?

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    • Hey, the FS pops up again! You know I’m a touchy-feely person, so I’ll do my very best to acquiesce. I’m about to pop that loaf of bread in the oven. Come on over for dinner!

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  4. And the score is: Hercules-2, Lions-0. They’re looking up at him with ‘stunned’ admiration, Bert.

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  5. Bert

    A big muscly guy with a club is usually Hercules. He had a couple of run-ins with lions.

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  6. Rob C

    I could bring down the tone by saying how much I love a pair of knockers, but I won’t, just this once 🙂

    Rob

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  7. Wow, a pissotta so special it needs to be protected with a gate! I love that sea creature door knocker/handle.

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  8. Andrew

    The last one is a very camp guy. Do you think it’s meant to be Daniel in the lions’ den? The shell says perhaps not.

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  9. Michelle

    Had me worried…in this country “knockers” mean something else entirely.
    Ha, ha.

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