|The doll on the side, with the small
symbol of a toadstool beside it, gives a
warning to the consultant against folly and
a bad habit of gossiping when feeling bored
in society. The stuffed head of the deer, in
this case, shows that much distress is
caused by the unguarded talk, and the
consultant certainly cannot be described as
an "innocent cause."
The various scattered shapeless leaves point
to confusion, and a somewhat
"happy-go-lucky" nature. The spray of
poppies on the circle beneath the handle
foreshows that a pleasant experience may be
expected in the summer.
The broken gate, with the cross above it,
denotes that a new opportunity which awaits
the consultant at a future date, will
coincide with a time of perplexity and
trouble, which fact is further borne out by
the running figure below. This being in
conjunction with a large letter "Y," implies
that the disturbance will arise in
connection with a place, the name of which
begins with "Y."
Small symbol of a toadstool.
Head of a stuffed deer.
Many shapeless leaves.
Spray of poppies.
Broken gate with cross above it.
This cup shows confusion and
that the consultant was in a state of mental
turmoil at the time of "turning" it. But in
spite of this drawback there are some
interesting facts to be found.
The dotted circles and large ornamental arch
point to a most hopeful outlook and to the
successful development of some desire at
The various initials and small numerals
scattered about show correspondence as to
plans and fixing of dates. The bush apple
tree speaks of some pleasure which may be
looked forward to in the summer.
The dancing figures predict much future
happiness; the numerous changes which are
likely to come about will all tend to
success and the gratifying of the
consultant's wishes. And what more cheerful
outlook than this can be desired?
Scattered shapeless leaves.
A large ornamental arch.
Bush apple tree.
Dancing and grotesque figures.
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