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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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Blue Cat Pitcher by Kaj Franck for Arabia - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Cute Little Kewpie - Dollsin Dolls
Avon Bottle shaped like VW Bus - Bottlesin Bottles
Cut Glass Cufflinks - Mens Clothingin Mens Clothing
Mid-Century geometric chair - Furniturein Furniture
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Hand blown swirling glass pitcher - Art Glassin Art Glass
Optician Trade Card - Accessoriesin Accessories
Princess Phone Charm - Telephonesin Telephones


  1. Hahaha, that's amazing / hilarious Sean! Thanks for sharing. :)
  2. yeah - thanks Racer4 :) I hope to stumble across some more lovely Arabia finds in my hunting...
  3. Thanks Virginia and all for the loves. <3
  4. thanks Sean :D
  5. Glad you enjoyed it Jewels. ;)
  6. love these seaweed designs. In case you all haven't seen this article yet, the Victorians loved seaweed!
  7. this 1972 paper supposedly has an ad for Babs (but you can only see the text at the bottom, the full size image is only available for pay):
  8. I know it's crazy! love them regardless :)
  9. Just came across this post that clarifies about the history of this bank (it was actually designed by Bernd Diefenbach in 1972 for Dresdner Bank in Germany):!ELEPHANT-MONE...
  10. Could this be trench art? Scott Vez, are you around??
  11. I know Sean, I need to post it - I'll try to take pics tonight. :)
  12. that does seem to be a factory error, like this pair listed on eBay:
  13. the guy on the right looks like Ronald Reagan! But I doubt it's him.
  14. gorgeous lines !
  15. Love these guys - I've got the blue cat version. :)
  16. Definitely - the spiral detail at the bottom is great too. :)
  17. love these! Do you know what the blue version was for? They also remind me of containers for sport balls that we used to use in P.E. way back when...
  18. Cool, would love to see more of your images!
  19. Gorgeous pieces you have!
  20. Do you know what that building is? Looks interesting...
  21. love this lady! And Jantzen, they make/made great suits. :)
  22. Will do - have a great weekend!!
  23. Not yet :( had too many other projects going on lately... Need to do some mending this weekend!
  24. hey Sean, yes I am! Haven't been thrifting in the last couple weeks, but plan to go this weekend. ;0)
  25. Sounds like you know a fair bit about this style of pottery, but here's a link to an article CW did on the topic:
  26. check for marks here: You should also add some images of the set, not just the mark...
  27. awesome nightwolf ~ great finds :)
  28. actually would make a rather nice cake-shop light fixture...someone should steal that idea!
  29. love those red-nosed kings!
  30. awesome, nice work!
  31. Anytime Mani :) !
  32. new visual art family! Just placed it in there for ya ;)
  33. Guess what? We have a new family for visual arts! Just plopped this into the painting category :)
  34. Wow, nice work RobH!
  35. or even sliced toast!
  36. asparagus server? bean slider? Just guesses. :) Does the tray rotate?
  37. Thanks Manikin! We're finally getting some rainy / chilly weather, so it's putting me in the mood for some Bing Crosby and eggnog. :) Happy holidays to you as well!
  38. Thank you kivatinitz! :)
  39. Aha, I see - perfect. And Happy Thanksgiving Mani! :) Giving thanks for all the helpful contributors on Show & Tell (and beyond)....
  40. Yeah! 50 cents ain't too shabby. :) I think both the loops are closed (you mean the little porcelain circle shapes in the joint on the arms?), but I'll ahve to look again tonite. I definitely have ...
  41. Thanks for all the info Mani! Comparing the faint vertical lines on the feet to the mark on this doll, it does seem to be a well-used mold (reading "ONEILL":
  42. haha, thanks Sean. he's plotting something! ;)
  43. I want a cute little gift like that.... :)
  44. Ah yes, that could be completely proper - I have no idea what else you would call them. :)
  45. thanks MisterEsoteric :) What are the "singles" you mention? The small clamshell-style cases for a single set of cufflinks?
  46. Wow, loved reading about cranial deformations kyratango - thanks for that link!
  47. Glad to help :) we're definitely working on it!
  48. thanks Sean! :)
  49. Hi ho2cultcha - we just don't have a good spot on CW for paintings and original art (yet) because eBay doesn't have a great selection of this stuff, and we don't want to create a smorgasbord category ...
  50. Very cool Ted! I've looked through SF's property info map online, but always forget to write down the addresses of cool / weird / abandoned buildings I want to research. This is a good reminder to do...
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