Friday, January 4, 2013

Antiquing - Turquoise Unicorn Lamps

Decided to drag Amy with me antiquing, turns out (for me) she has a good eye. The ice chipper is from Amy. The leather Coach brief is from the mid 80s and made in USA. Paid $65, it's for me as I prefer suitcases over purses and yes, I carry around that much crap! It fits a laptop nicely too.

The gold turquoise matched pair of unicorn lamps were expensive but how can one resist aqua unicorn lamps? Amy spotted 'em and was heavily lusting over them.

The little Sevi egg holder caught my eye last time so I decided to get it. The large Steinbach "Baron Von Munchausen" (riding a cannonball, edition # S798, Steinbach created another version of the Baron von Munchhausen following the issuance of this particular smoker (the hat is a felt hat instead of wooden, like it is here, and there are no feathers in the newer version's hat but this is the original first version. This is a retired, hard-to-find, first edition collectible, 9 inches, early 1980s ) smoker was 1/2 off. It's surprisingly heavy. I don't think they knew what it was despite the sticker on the bottom. A little Japan knee hugger. A heavy metal desk organizer by Deyhle, Germany SOLD. And a German Wendt & Kuhn fishwife miniature - don't think they knew what this was either.

Thanks to Amy for being a good sport.

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