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Paint dip is all the rage and these glass milk bottles are dipped in white, cerulean and coral evoking summer vibes and that beach life. Enjoy a pop of color for a small floral arrangement or holding your pens. For decorative use only.
This tealight votive is carved from Himalayan rock salt. This votive has the solidity of artisan-crafted decor and a beautiful natural pink translucent glow with a burning tealight inside.
This Selenite Tealight Votive is cut from selenite, a semiprecious mineral whose name derives from Moonstone. This votive has the solidity of artisan-crafted decor and a soft, translucent glow with a burning tealight inside.
Oversized gold mirror in vintage Louis XVI frame. Embellished detailings are an elegant period accent in any home.
“Happy little trees,” or better yet, happy little cacti and succulents on your little dish. Use it for your rings, your earrings or perhaps a lone cherry tomato. It’s sure to brighten any home or apartment or air stream.
A charming destination for dry or fresh flowers, letters from your wedding guests or corks from your favorite blends, our large globe demijohn lends a nautical feel in sea glass with a rope neck.
Inspired by the enchanted forest, the legs are reminiscent of branches and the soft pale finish evokes birch trees. A true midsummer night’s dream in your home.
Plan your next road trip on this military surplus vintage dry-erase board with a map of the U.S.
This Franklin Sewing Machine easily folds into a table. The brand itself has origins as a Domestic Sewing Machine, a company formed in the mid-1800s and produced a sewing machine of the same name. The foundings of Domestic Sewing Machine Company are ambiguous but the company had one of its factories at 16 Exchange Place, New York, NY. The Franklin sub-brand appears to have been sold by Sears as early as 1911.
Original, vintage L.L. Bean snow shoes with hardwood frames, rawhide lacings and leather straps.
Set of vintage military metal ski poles c. 1950’s with original baskets and suede grips. Leather, Metal.
Vintage tin ceiling tiles. My first Brooklyn apartment in a building constructed in the 1860s had a white painted tin ceiling. Sometimes, you’re lucky enough to see them in a shining argent in all their glory. These tiles are the craftsmanship of an earlier time. Use them as a backdrop on a potting bench or hang them as wall art in your home or apartment.
Vintage wine and whiskey crates make a boho-chic addition as an end table, nightstand or as use for storage.
Vintage Wooden Military Skis, manufactured for the U.S. Army.