Nov. 30th...as in one day before Dec... as in the last month of 2013. Oy Vey!
I'm not sure how sale'n around the rest of the country was but the sales were few and far between for us this holiday weekend. Below are a few things I picked up for the Etsy shop.
This 1920's Kodak No. 1 Pocket Camera is in remarkably great condition even more so when you consider this beauty is almost 100 years old. The leather carrying case she came with is a bit worse for the wear, but she did a bang up job of protecting this camera so I'm not so concerned.
Pro Tip: Always grab one of these metal storage containers if you find them. If you're looking, they will be in the garage, usually full of nails, screw and other garage type bobbles. I've had about 5 or so listed in my shop over the last few years and they always sell quickly.
This Dorothy Thorpe lunch plate is the real deal- complete with original foil sticker label. With the success of Mad Men and the obsession created over mid century barware the vintage market is flooded with Dorothy Thorpe "style" plates and glasses. It's tough to firmly identify if you don't know exactly what to look for, mainly that the sterling silver rim should be approx. 1 inch thick. And sterling silver.