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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 Scheurich vase, c. 1970s - Potteryin Pottery
Merry Holidays & Happy Xmas! - Christmasin Christmas
Glass vase by Josef Schott for Smålandshyttan, ca. 1960s - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mid-Century cabinet with broken knobs - Furniturein Furniture
Cesca chairs - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Art Deco Lamp - Lampsin Lamps
Allan doll box by Mattel, circa 1963 - Dollsin Dolls
Nautical cross-stitch poem - Sewingin Sewing
Sputnik Souvenir Cigarette Case - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Vintage Children's Glassware Set with Small Spikes / Hobnails - Glasswarein Glassware


  1. Super cool - definitely thought it was Mexican / Aztec upon first glance.
  2. Thanks Mani! It was a good adventure...hope you're having a nice April. :)
  3. I believe "Réservé" means "reserved" in French. So this is likely a Coke-branded table-reservation card. My guess is napkins and straws fit into the bottom portion... :)
  4. Aha! Thanks for the update—still beautiful. :) If you're looking for a valuation or insurance appraisal, you can try Value My Stuff:
  5. Gorgeous - Mexican cactuses? can't quite make out the pattern. Can you post a larger image of the front of the pieces?
  6. good luck! It's a lovely painting. :)
  7. Found him ;) Sorry couldn't resist the joke! Kén (with an accent) seems a pretty uncommon way...
  8. Just fixed 'em for ya this time.
  9. Tyler, S&T doesn't recognize the automatic phone rotation. Unfortunately you have to open them on your desktop, save in the correct orientation, and then upload if you want them right way up. :/
  10. yeah the bottom makes it appear to be a repro to me too.
  11. Love it :) how do you melt wax off pottery?
  12. thanks Sean :) hope you're doing well!
  13. hey BB, thanks for the love ;) HI Jacky!
  14. You too, Sean!
  15. thanks autumn :)
  16. ;) Glad you identified it - very cool chair!
  17. Thanks Vetraio! Happy New Year to you, too! Hope you're having a nice summer down under. ;)
  18. Haha yes, Elizabethan, I love it Swedish. :)
  19. Oops, and somehow got out of order - thanks fortapache and happy holidays to you, too, Officialfuel!
  20. Thanks IronLace, Broochman & Mani for the kind words! Have a very Merry Chrismas all. :)
  21. Thanks Gillian - same to you! :)
  22. Hahaha thanks BB2. And you too, Newfld! :)
  23. love that wrapping paper! and the vegetable ornaments! =^) Happy Holidaze...
  24. My guess is this was part of a set depicting different eras in tennis or other sports. Agree with Scott that it's probably latter half of 20th C. :)
  25. Thanks Sean!
  26. I assume this is the swedish listing you're referencing? Definitely has a deco 1920s-30s vibe!
  27. Do you think it's supposed to resemble a pastry crust? remarkable dish. :)
  28. Om my gosh that TINY MUMMY! Amazing find; can't believe it's still intact.
  29. Great finds! CW did an article awhile back on feature matches (with the ads printed onto the matches themselves):
  30. Looks like *ceramic* glazing meant to imitate graniteware (which is enameled metal).
  31. Probably something like hte middle one of these three—seen lots of bullet planters with the tripod style stand. Great find!
  32. Wow, I would have that appraised to verify if it's an authentic original rather than a reprinted poster. Very cool!
  33. Actually, Marüshka was an American company! Based in Michigan. :)
  34. What era is this from? Lovely design and color!
  35. How big is it?
  36. Thanks Malkey! :)
  37. Thanks nutsabotsa6! I admit I used photoshop to clean the images up haha. Thank you to Newfld, antiquerose, and racer4four for the compliments and everyone for the loves. =) <3
  38. test link:
  39. Looks like it could be a Hunzinger Lollipop chair. Check out this article for more info:
  40. Hey Ben, how's your friday? :)
  41. I believe it says Teodoro. If you google that name, you'll see a few other cats... :)
  42. Agree it appears to be a Rebus: I --- Pan ?
  43. What a great lot! The glass UFO reminds me of old glass reflectors used on roadways/signs - can't tell if they are quite similar or more finished like jewelry. ;)
  44. reminds me of a butter churning tool, how big is this? Did it have a jar or barrel with it?
  45. reminds me of ice block tongs, though clearly more complicated:
  46. Very cool. What does the note say?
  47. haha thank you Coopergirl! It is pretty fanciful :)
  48. thanks Elisabethan! :)
  49. Thanks for the comments y'all! I have looked around online and can't find anything wood that matches the backplate/conical knob style. There are some brass versions, but they're different sizes (and ...
  50. thanks Trey! I love it.
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