The title has nothing to do with the 1958 James Stewart-Kim Novak movie.
A cloche (bell jar), an old dictionary (book), and a candle are items I used in a winter vignette on the foyer secretary.
I used a large mercury glass acorn and snowy pine branches, under the cloche. The open book is a very old dictionary. Another element of the arrangement is a birch votive/tea light holder, sitting on a mercury glass holder. The cloche sits on a hammered metal charger.
A pineapple, symbol of hospitality, hangs from one of the doors.
Marty, at A Stroll Thru Life, is having a Cloche Party, February 12. The theme is Valentine’s Day or Winter, if you don’t decorate for Valentine’s Day. A combination of both would be fun, too.