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Our Current Collection of Kitsch items on The Vintage Village.....
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I love little novelty dishes and this sweety is cool because she's a Black Americana novelty. Most of these types of hand dishes come in white or pastel colors.Kitsch -Continue
Yesterday I hit the kitsch jackpot! I collect porcelain/bisque clowns so these guys don't fit into my personal collection - but WOW! They are hard plastic clown banks. Pretty bit at 7 1/2" tall and…Continue
When I was growing up in the 60's my neighbors had a huge yard full of all kinds of weird stuff that would now be huge collectors items.The one I remember the most was a neighbor who bought sea…Continue
By 1972, who didn't have at least 12 Mushroom-related horrors haunting their house? I had been busy painting them on wood plaques.... My parents were very tolerant.One of my recent Mushroom…Continue
My German teacher, back in the 60s in highschool, defined Kitsch as "artistic junk," and now having been an antiques dealer for years, of everything from 1800s through Fab 50s and 60s, I think it's…Continue
Wondering who is noshing on retro recipes these days - I've been collecting 50s-60s cookbooks for over a decade am now blogging for the greater good so everyone can get an eyeful of the technicolor…Continue
Yes, these are soda caps. These figures were popular during the 1940's-1950's. They are made of soda caps, blocks of wood, tacks for eyes, plastic curtain rings for earrings, and I'm guessing butter…Continue