We’re in our new space!

April 27th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

And we have a lot of new things…

19th Century French Vanity SOLD

Beautiful Hand Carved Teak Lazy Susan

Cocktail Pitcher with Glass Stirrer SOLD

Vintage Harley Davidson Dart Board

Rare "Rite-Hite Automatic Adjustable Stool" SOLD

Iron Clowns and Mission Table

Mahogany Sofa/Library Table

Kitchenware SOLD


Chrome Egret SOLD

McCoy Vases SOLD

Vintage Armchair and Scottish Blanket ARMCHAIR SOLD

Vintage Hand Tooled Leather Case with Key SOLD

Driftwood Side Table SOLD

4 - Eva Zeisel Ironstone Dessert Plates SOLD

Botanicals SOLD

Antique 6 Ft. Measuring Stick SOLD

Ben Seibel Pedestal Fruit Bowls SOLD

Vintage Tri-Colored Floor Lamp SOLD

Chrome and Glass Coffee Table

Great Books

Aesop's Fables

Villeroy & Boch, Dansk, and Rosenthal (All SOLD)

Antique Wool Log Cabin Design Quilt

Mission Oak Rocker with Black Leather Seat

Antique Eyeglass Frames

Black Bear Bottle SOLD

Pair of Mid-Century Hand-Painted Lamps

Don’t be a cry baby!

April 12th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

Cry Baby

No need to look to friends for sympathy anymore. When you need it, a little rubber cry baby does all the crying for you…and with you. $10 SOLD

We would put something delicious in this bowl so that it disappears fast and we can get back to looking at that swirl.

March 29th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

This bowl is 6″ in diameter, made by Michael Andersen & Sons of Bornholm, Denmark who are known for their mid-century stoneware. The bottom of the bowl is marked with their impressed triple fish stamp. It’s very usable, but when it’s not in action, we’d probably leave it out, pretending it’s being used so we could look at all the pretty, hand-painted blues. $43 SOLD

Can anyone relate to this? Non-fiction accounts of men who had contact with extra terrestrials.

March 28th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

This collectible 1957 first edition of They Rode In Spaceships is a gem, if only for it’s illustrations:

Super cool gift for the believer in your life. $25

This guy has been loved.

March 28th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

This stuffed vinyl elephant is 8″ high and just an excellent green color. No, you may not want to hand it to your 2-year old because he’s gotten a little bit too delicate for such hands (and mouths), though a 12-year could definitely handle him. But this is really a grown-up toy. He belongs on display, but not on too high a shelf because he’s quite nice to hold. We could even see him on a coffee table instead of the ever-popular vase of flowers (but flowers are wonderful too). We love things like this elephant because he’s big enough to be an unusually perfect way to add the splash of color you need to balance a room. $50 No longer for sale, because he’s now the store mascot.

You might want to take out every page and frame them…

March 27th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

…but you probably shouldn’t because they go together so beautifully and the cover is phenomenal. This copy of Willie Mouse by Alta Taylor, illustrated by Ernest Aris is from approximately 1915. It has some scribbles and writing in it and the wear of a well-loved children’s book- Certainly more charming for the character and sense of history they provide.

The colors are so vibrant. Really stunning. $50 SOLD

Perfect box – Makes all random stuff seem special.

March 27th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

This inlaid box looks very handmade with really beautiful and intricate details.

But when you open it, it has this terrific indigo felt inside with a little white fabric border that are hand stitched together. Slightly imperfect in the best kind of way. We don’t know what it was made for. Game pieces perhaps? Marbles? It seems a little small for dominoes but we could be wrong. You should really just put whatever you want in here, don’t let us tell you what belongs in it. It’s such a unique case that even pocket change may become more valuable once placed in it. $40

Beautiful illustrations of African Americans from 1902.

March 25th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

Yes, we are judging this by it’s cover because it’s a really cool one. It makes us want to look inside where it gets even better. The book is Napoleon Jackson by Ruth McEnery Stuart, 1902, and yes, we love illustrations, covers, interiors and typography as much as the words on the page. Very rare to find a book with African American subjects like this one from that era.

Isn’t this nice? There are several more like it inside. $10