I recently discovered an art gallery in Perth which seems to be collecting the seahorses.
When I first went in, they had two really battered old ones, in use, on the main desk. They didn't know what they were, but said that loads of customers asked to buy them. I told them what they were, and I've been back. They now have 5 seahorses in use.
I find it quite exciting, watching somebody new to Mdina first seeing it.
I just gave a straight-sided Chalice to my nephew-in-law - and was able to see it with new eyes again too, through him. He was stunned and enchanted. He knew nothing of art glass, or anything retro, but has a background in antiques and understands quality. I might have another convert.
It can be too easy to get a bit jaded sometimes.
I'll get some images of my few bits of this deep-purple-splodgy-black background stuff with the silver stuff on shortly.