Left piece of glass: handmade and sold moderately expensively in a craft shop. Middle piece: I've known it all my life; it was, I think, a wedding present to my parents. I'm sure it wasn't new then. I've had it for over thirty years. Right hand piece: bought in a charity shop for £3.
I like the rich colours.
Now: Daughter 2 has, somewhat to my surprise, started a blog. Daughter 1 has one too - indeed, she had one before I did and was my blog mentor, but she doesn't update it much. I think she spends more time on Ravelry.
If you have a moment, do pop over and say hello to Daughter 2 sitting in her London flat, streaming with a cold. (She and I seem to be competing (not intentionally) as to how many consecutive colds we can suffer from.)
She's at http://allchangeb.blogspot.com/
(Not that I want her to change at all - apart from improving her immune system.)
And another site to visit - I've just come across this. There's an organisation that teaches prisoners to sew - embroider, quilt etc - and this is the website that sells their work. It's really lovely. And amazing. And heartwarming. Do have a look. www.finecellwork.co.uk