I've been trying to juggle everything going on these days. I have a show right around the corner, so I've been working on new stock for that, plus I've got a zillion things taking up space as they wait to be listed on etsy. So, I've been trying to do a little of both everyday. Here's a few of the newer items in my shop:
These hardware pulls are just so gorgeous! The patina, the design...they just have all the right things going for them.
Most of these handwritten letters are dated 1916. I'm selling them in bundles of 10 for $9.99. It's not hard to do the math on that one! At this price you don't have to worry about making copies for your collage work. Use the originals!
I wish I knew the history behind this sign, but I can only guess. The front is glass and the surround is rustic metal. It illuminates beautifully with a light behind it.
This army duffel bag would be perfect to use in a repurposed purse project. It's the first time I've seen one with a pocket!
Those were the days when people used refillable lighters. I'm not a smoker, but I'm pretty sure they are all plastic disposables now.
And last, but not least, one of my favorite items. A View-Master Stereoscope. I can remember the hours I used to spend looking through one of these! Mine was red, I think. It was always a special treat to get a new picture wheel. That's what's so much fun about dealing in vintage...all the memories, mine and yours, too!
I'll be here mid June.