Until I found this Couroc of Monterey set in a Salvation Army store last year I didn't really know anything about the company or the process. They looked vaguely familiar when I spotted them, but when these bar sets were first produced I was into Colonial, and modern didn't really show me much.
I've since learned that Couroc is getting increasingly popular for very good reason. It's beautiful! That's number one--but if you look… Continue
Added by Deer Path Vintage on May 29, 2009 at 11:00am —
Hope you have a minute or two to visit my blog and an extra minute once in awhile to comment! I try to give a good mix of posts about vintage, recipes (some of you know how I love to cook), humor and a heartwarming story here and there. Don't let the name fool you! Mr Filthy Rotten has a heart!
Added by MrFilthyRotten on May 28, 2009 at 4:30am —
Moon Mandrake has a vintage collectibles blog which is regularly updated over at
Pop on over and visit!
Added by Moon Mandrake on May 26, 2009 at 8:17pm —
Our website www.thevintagesupplyco.com just went up and we are very excited! We are still adding items everyday but there are some good mid-century modern and hollywood regency items available for purchase! Come check it out and join our mailing list!
Added by The Vintage Supply Co on May 26, 2009 at 4:00pm —
From a flying stork
to a dog driven basket…whatever possessed a person to put a baby in a contraption with wheels
Did they really think that a stork dropping a baby down a chimney was not traumatizing enough
Added by VintageSparkles on May 25, 2009 at 9:00pm —
Added by Lady Days Vintage on May 25, 2009 at 6:17pm —
I love the way a vintage piece adds a special touch. Whether it's in your kitchen, your wardrobe, your bedroom, or your living room. It sets you apart from everyone else who shops at big box stores and whose homes and wardrobes all look alike. Those who love and appreciate vintage pieces are usually unique, colorful people themselves......read more at VintageLove.
Added by Lucky's Vintage on May 24, 2009 at 3:16pm —
I thought I'd make a little introduction on myself :)
My name is Christine and I have been a passionate fashionista ever since I was young, trying to create and wanting to make a business out of it.
In high school we had a Clothing & Design class available and that's where I learned how to sew, or at least enough to get by; I'm still needing more education to refine my skills and knowledge.
Dresses have always been my main interest;… Continue
Added by thepowderpuffroom on May 24, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Over the weekend, I had planned to help my daughter sell her lovely gamer dice jewelry and hand crafted t-shirts at the local anime (read geek geeek geeeeek) convention, Animazement. Here's a photo of her booth - and her making that "MOOOOMMMM stop! You're such a...." face.
After a half day yesterday, it became blindingly clear that I just wasn't up to it. So what to do with myself? Except sit on my heating pad and take tylenol the rest of the weekend,… Continue
Added by Dragonmum on May 24, 2009 at 12:00am —
Sweet little ladies subtly carried hat pins and stick pins during the Victorian era and looked quite innocent till their naïve attacker made his move.. And SHE MADE HERS…Need I say more as to his fate? Cursed be the day that man ever thought of… Continue
Added by VintageSparkles on May 22, 2009 at 12:30am —
I have done a lot of things to get all my networks lined up, but I seem to be stuck starting "the Blog".
Since I am not a large vintage seller I mostly intend to use this blog as a valuable resource for vintage sellers and collectors alike, using my knowledge of 28 years of collecting and researching vintage clothing and furs, one that I can edit and add to on my own at will (I hope I… Continue
Added by Archivia on May 20, 2009 at 2:00pm —
Nostalgia, Antiques and Vintage Collectibles. I updated my blog
this morning and featured a great group of Etsy Vintage Sellers! I'd love to hear from you....
Added by LuAnn Smith on May 20, 2009 at 7:47am —
Lucrezia Borgia was a beauty but she really was quite the devious enemy when she needed to be... Sometimes I think that mean gene never died and still exists (I saying this with love from past experiences with people) .. BUT, getting back to old Lucrezia .....
It seems she and her personal jeweler had a deal.... She keeps them alive and they figure out new and convenient ways to knock off her enemies with none being the wiser...And at the… Continue
Added by VintageSparkles on May 17, 2009 at 5:00pm —
As our community continues to grow steadily, we have been receiving more and more interest from the media about Silkfair and its users. We would love to take this opportunity to spotlight our users and their talents.
Currently, here are just a few of the themes that our press team is looking for:
* Did you start your online business as a result of a layoff?
* Are you a "Mommy-prenuer" who created an online shop as a business ?
* Are you a retiree who created an… Continue
Added by Silkfair on May 17, 2009 at 12:46pm —
I couldn’t sleep at all last night. Ideas were racing through my head. This antique bronze from an old light fixture has been calling out to me. It just wants to be a canopy over a little girl’s bed. Just picture this…wide, faded, vintage ribbon, spaced around the circle, pulled up and attached to the ceiling. Sheer, gauzy, fabric attached to the tiny holes at the base, draped over the bed. Leaded glass drops dangling randomly beneath the cherubs… Continue
Added by mary Vogel Lozinak on May 17, 2009 at 1:08am —
Added by VintageSparkles on May 16, 2009 at 5:00pm —
The Goth movement
, with bizarre black clothes, creepy spiders
and strange creatures has caused many to take a second glance. Many say WHAT WERE THEY THINKING? When you think about it and take a peek back in time at the 19th century aesthetic movement
, you… Continue
Added by VintageSparkles on May 14, 2009 at 10:00am —
What's inspiring me these days...
I live in a house that was built in the 1920's and have a lot of vintage furniture and accessories that are vintage. It's a constant work in progress and we still have lots of renovating and decorating left to do. I love seeing how other people work vintage items into them homes and decorating.
Read more at our VintageLove blog
Added by Lucky's Vintage on May 9, 2009 at 12:56pm —
This will air May 11th for 3 months on HGTV & Fine Living in the middle TN Area, thanks for letting us share!
Shabby Lane Shops
Find more videos like this on Shabby Lane… Continue
Added by Shabby Lane Shops on May 7, 2009 at 7:20pm —
I've been buying and selling on Etsy for a few years now and thought I'd share some tips on my blog
Take a peek and be sure to add your tip!
Back Home Again Shop
Back Home Again… Continue
Added by LuAnn Smith on May 7, 2009 at 10:00am —