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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

I've Been Listing...

Since last time I posted, I have taken literally hundreds of photos of merchandise, and I'm not finished yet. Some of the stuff I featured in the last blog, and some more that I have acquired since then, is already available for purchase. It may go quickly, so you'd better check it out soon, if you're interested!
Victorian Carolers Christmas card, circa 1940s. Unused!
Twisted Three Strand Pearl Necklace. These are genuine cultured white "rice" pearls.

Wales China teacup also for sale, here.
Two birds of paradise, made of feathers and paint. These were 40s/50s Mexico souvenirs. Even the carved frames are handmade.
 Shepherd Boy and Lamb at Bethlehem. Cards from the 40s. Unused!

ETA: This card has sold out!
W. and R. Berrie figurine, circa 1968.
Needlework in Miniature, complete with charted patterns, circa 1978.

I also have a miniature crochet book here, and a general reference book about designing and making miniatures here.

This book has patterns and instructions for making working wooden toys like bomber planes, trains, and more. Circa 1986.
Thames bone china, perhaps from the 50s.
Rodney Kent tulip design hammered aluminum casserole with glass liner, circa 1950s or earlier (some were made as early as the 30s).

Hope you'll stop by and shop! I've got more listings planned for this week. :)


  1. You take nice pics! I just love the carolers. Might even be fun to go caroling if I could get all dressed up like that, fur muffler a must!

  2. Aw, thanks! Yes, it would be fun to to caroling in the old fashioned way. The bell skirts might be kinda cold in the snow, though, lol. :)


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