Saturday, May 16, 2009

The one with more sterling watch fobs and stuff

I've got some new vintage sterling English watch fobs in, and I believe I have matched them up with the best chain for each one. I make some of the chains, and some are already made, or vintage. On the far left is one I have been wearing for years, 1897, Birmingham, England Junior League, with gold links and a gold wedding ring I found, can't read the inscription, but it's from 1915. The one on the far right I am wearing today, it's very delicate but strong, for 100 yards won at St. Gabriels. One in from that is for a member of - are you ready - the mermaid swimming club! 14 and under, 1938. So cute! Click on the pics to see close up. Call or email for more information.

One of my pair of awesome vintage architects stools in original leather. I wouldn't touch it...
Cast iron vase that would have been used on a grave in France.
I love this vintage ladder used for hanging wallpaper, it's a great bookcase, or leave it empty.
My chick incubator/coffee table, with one of my amazing vintage Mexican school maps. I have about 10 left, and they are all different and I love them very much :)
iron pod candlesticks, simple and sculptural...

2 comments:

Artsy Fartsy said...

Girl, LOVE your blog, I found you through Garden Antqs Vinatge, I will be back often to check your posts, Love the watch fob pendants!!

Lana said...

LOVE everything, but especially the poppy seed pod candlesticks!