Wow -- things are starting to fly out of my Etsy shops! I sold some big stuff -- a vintage aluminum Christmas tree that went to Canada; some heavy stuff -- both of these gorgeous framed in rounded glass religious prints; and some international stuff -- two cameras, one to London and the other to France.
This game, however, has been languishing for months. I decided to sell the pieces individually instead of just one big set. Let's see how that works.
I found a stash of cameras hidden underneath some Shiny Brites, so they were listed as well.
A few nice pottery finds made their way into the shop too. This atomic-shaped mid century ashtray is a lovely combination of aqua and teal.
This incomplete Lusterware tea set is a beautiful periwinkle blue and peach.
My research of this luminous Waterbury clock led me to the haunting history of the "Radium Girls", of which I am now obsessed. Do you know their story?
WEEK FORTY FIVE
312. Vintage Kodak No 2 Hawkeye Camera SOLD!
I found a giant box of vintage blow molds at our school's annual Christmas bazaar. My volunteer shift hadn't yet started and fortunately I was able to scope out the yardsale section of the event. These elves (gnomes?) are almost all gone. The box also held snowmen and Santas.
This pretty tablecloth by Fallani and Cohn sold quickly too.
Christmas Countdown 119, WEEK ELEVEN
092. Vintage Gnome Blow Mold Elf Blowmold Light SOLD 5!
096. Large Vintage Tablecloth Christmas Wreath SOLD!