We spent more time inside that house on Saturday than we had originally planned on, so I had no fantasies that the Vintage Aluminum Christmas Tree from the 1960s would still be at the other sale, since it was well after 10:30 by the time we arrived.
Luna was surprised as well.
Yep, the 4-foot Vintage Aluminum Christmas Tree from the 1960s was still there.
So I bought it. And its original box.
Even though it is dwarfed by the bigger one I found last fall. Stella seems to like it.
This would have made a nice Christmas card if my son's bare foot wasn't in the background.
You know what else was still there?
They are selling for upwards of $150 on ebay. I thought about keeping it for about two seconds, but I kind of like my aluminum tree silver and sparkly. I'm plain that way.
Because how many Vintage Aluminum Christmas Trees from the 1960s and corresponding Vintage Rotating Motorized Color Wheels can one own?
Don't answer that!