Uranium/Depression glass came to my attention when I was out exploring in a wonderful antique shop and stumbled across a man shining a black light on the glassware. My curiosity made me abandon my manners and I just had to ask what he was doing. He was very accommodating and told we all about the fascinating and slightly scary uranium glass. Now it is my turn to tell you….. Check out our examples of Depression glass
Sometimes it’s fun to combine objects to see what they make. This was a mummy troll and a vintage Agee special jar. This reminds me of what you might see in a mad scientist’s lab. To buy go to our Vintage store.
Last halloween, I was browsing thru an op shop and came across some porcelain dolls . Sorry to all of those who love porcelain dolls but I kind of find them scary so went with it and
created zombie dolls! To find out how create your own monsters and more creepy Halloween fun!
Check out my other crazy combinations at our Curios and Collectables.
Described as classic kiwiana, Crown Lynn pottery was a popular household feature in the 1960s. From its 1920s origins as brick and pipe manufacturers, the company expanded into the domestic market.
items from 50-60s upwards
Clothing or accessories that are very geeky/nerdy and yet, at the same time, says “I’m cool” because I’m proud of the fact that I’m a nerd, and am not afraid to embrace it”.