DH and I had NOT planned to attend our usual Friday night auction, but we had friends who wanted to go and asked us to join them ... so we did. The auction house was in a state of chaos. Their…Continue
Tonight my laptop died.Dead as a doornail. The hard drive is no more.All my business records. All my inventory lists.3 years worth of photographs of grandchildren. My entire world.Is gone.I have a…Continue
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We specialize in vintage costume jewelry and ephemera ranging from antique photographs, post cards, tobacco cards, to greeting cards (Valentines, Christmas, Easter). We try to keep a fresh inventory of exciting new finds.
I haven't found a sparkly piece of jewelry I can pass up ... and the collection of jewelry and antique/vintage photographs go hand-in-hand. I can always find photograph examples of women of the era sporting the styles of jewelry I have in my collection. It's like having a bit of history in my hands. Every piece has its own story.
Our postcard collecting began in the 1980s and continues today. One of our passions is travel, and we are building a collection of vintage and antique postcards along side postcards we pick up on our travels. It's fascinating to see what changes there are to historic sites over the years.
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I love a good auction as much as the next person. I enjoy arriving a little early and walking around the tables of offerings to see what there is to see. If I’ve done my homework, I’ve already been online to…Continue
One of our Charming Daughters collects Wedgwood. She loves the Jasperware, in all colors. She has some lovely older pieces, and some newer pieces. Her library includes several volumes devoted to Wedgwood collecting. We’re always finding pieces to add to her ever-growing collection. Some we find are rare, some are newer. No matter, she’s always…Continue