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ON THE HOME FRONT

June 28, 1992|By Jill L. Kubatko | Jill L. Kubatko,Knight-Ridder News ServiceMcClatchy News Service

* Gazing balls: How about a little whimsy in the garden, like a gazing ball? Back in the late 1940s and early '50s, it was the height of fashion to have a reflective gazing ball perched atop a gleaming white, waist-high pedestal in the garden. Children (of all ages) loved them because by standing very close they could see the reflection of their nose distorted to enormous proportions.

Now they're coming back to catalogs and garden gift shops. Available in traditional chrome, plus blue, gold or red, they're larger than a basketball and have a stem that gives them a familiar shape.

On the Home Front welcomes interesting tidbits of home and garden news -- new products, events related to the home or garden, trends, local people who have ideas to share on design and decorating, mail-order finds, furniture styles, and items used to make life easier on the home front. Please send press releases to: Home Front, Jill L. Kubatko, The Sunday Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278, or call (410) 332-6150.

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