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As a Producer for Collectors Weekly, I collect a little bit of everything, but my weakness is vintage menswear, and I've already got too many clothes for one closet As a Producer for Collectors Weekly, I collect a little bit of everything, but my weakness is vintage menswear, and I've already got too many clothes for one closet to hold! (Read more)


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Cut Glass Cufflinks - Mens Clothingin Mens Clothing
Mid-Century geometric chair - Furniturein Furniture
Mid-Century Molded Plastic Chairs - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Hand blown swirling glass pitcher - Art Glassin Art Glass
Optician Trade Card - Accessoriesin Accessories
Princess Phone Charm - Telephonesin Telephones
Vintage Danish Modern Chair  - Furniturein Furniture
It's Christmas Photo Time, Y'all! - Photographsin Photographs
Black Beauty "Arlington Edition" - Booksin Books


  1. rustic white is pretty hip, but I say go back to the beautiful wood! :)
  2. I still think butter churn, especially with that hole in the bottom. Does the inside show signs of wear? you can add two more pics...
  3. wash with disinfectant! Maybe put through a dishwasher cycle for good measure.
  4. agree - resembles a butter churn.
  5. spoon / silverware rests?
  6. If this is an artist designed piece, I would think it should at least go to a museum rather than Goodwill. Give a call to any contemporary art museums in your area and see what they think!
  7. thanks virginia ;)
  8. Poor guys. I think if people knew they couldn't survive on their own anymore, they might stop. :/
  9. Yep, all food / toiletries gotta be locked away so they don't come nosing around your tent. We had no issues, but the ranger said our site was in "bear alley" and that they have a few coming in every...
  10. Yipes - tree beetle?! I usually wear ear plugs anyway, but thanks for the tip. :) We were more worried about bears out here in CA.
  11. haha Mani ;) I was camping that night! so didn't even feel it.
  12. Looks to be a bottle opener!
  13. I think this is an unfinished rug (likely from Mexico) - after the figures were completed, then they would weave regular strips of color for the background.
  14. Interesting. Yeah I was wondering about the potential for "lifting" them as well. :)
  15. Nice! Great joker collection. Do you typically have to buy the whole deck, or can you find the joker on its own?
  16. whoa, very cool jokercollector!
  17. They look very well made. What is the purpose of the extendable arms? No markings?
  18. agree with TA! lovely though. :)
  19. looks like it might have been used at a bakery or dessert shop? maybe 1940s?
  20. no marks on the back? Looks like a mid-century ceramic sculpture to me...possibly from scandinavia.
  21. Glad to hear it!
  22. there, fixed it for ya ;) All you have to do is open the image in preview, rotate it correctly, and save it. Then upload!
  23. In case you hadn't seen this yet: :)
  24. haha amazing - are sequencing cards used for teaching grammar or something?
  25. great find :)
  26. Welcome to CW :) Chairs (and lamps) seem to be one of the weaker spots for the community here to identify...But don't give up yet!
  27. seems a little dangerous to make an ashtray out of cardboard. Just sayin' :)
  28. Love your outlook Amber, keep on keeping on! :)
  29. that interior is amazing. <3
  30. So here's a Frilli company based in Florence (aka Firenze) -
  31. WHAAA? SO GORGEOUS. Sorry for the all caps. Couldn't help myself. This is why we THRIFT!!! :)
  32. something about the discoloration near the water-stain in the corner just seems to mark it as a print to me as well....
  33. Is the image a print or actually done in paint? It's hard to tell in these photos whether there is this oil paint or just a flat piece of paper behind the glass...If the latter, it is certainly a rep...
  34. It definitely was!
  35. Wow - very interesting Kerry! Thanks for posting and keeping us informed. :)
  36. If you position the "A" upside down it actually resembles a bird / seagull in flight. Seems strange to me that a letter would be so rough looking...just a thought!
  37. Sounds great! I've been waiting for the right piece to try it out on as well. :)
  38. Well, if you're not worried about keeping it original and want to add a little sparkle, the Japanese technique of "kintsugi" is a lovely way to go:
  39. what a wacky collection! Love it.
  40. gorgeous detail. These babies are worth a pretty penny! And framed is even better. :)
  41. can you explain how it worked? I'm morbidly fascinated.... ;)
  42. You'll have to post full photos of the chairs for people to identify them, rather than just the tags...what era do they appear to be from?
  43. I love your Memphis stuff sean ~ so fun. :)
  44. I'm not really a bakelite collector, but I just love the fanciful names for the colors. And these look so tasty! ;) Great story.
  45. butterscotch! :)
  46. Definitely says bar to me with that mirrored top shelf. Great find!
  47. You might try doing a rubbing of the top part: It seems to start off "La Bourg...."
  48. Love it sean! Did you post this originally, or someone else?
  49. Buy that place and fix it up! :)
  50. These are great questions antiquerose! If you take a photo of someone else's item at their store or home, you should always ask permission (and you probably will if they're standing there, anyway)....
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