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Furniture, as requested.Google John Mascheroni
No idea if it's valuable but it's modeled after a Trachten jacket, which is usually made loden and found in Bavaria and Austria.
My only regret isn't so much a pass as a dumb move. Was in a small store a few minutes before closing and thought I was alone, so I put one oil painting down to look at another. Woman comes from around the corner, snatched up the one I just put down, and buys it. Looked up the artist later and it would have been $2k+...made money on the other one, but not that much. Anyway, not a bad day Orvis is avaulable. It's this one:...
FWIW I also thrifted an Oxxford suit in 100% raw silk. Really wish that would have been my size.
Sorry, don't know anything about cut glass. I would assume just a popular design. Cut glass really isn't popular anymore, in this area at least. You'll see a lot of older people buying in thrift stores, though.
Technically it would be a Sam's Cola poured into a Coca Cola can.
stuff for me c.1950s Marx tin car found the momma bowl to all the baby bowls i found awhile back!
Damn, E! Longhi navy blue wool/cotton partial-lined bomber/blouson. Available. Chest: 49" Sleeves: 25.25" Shoulders: 21" Length (BoC): 25.75"
Unfortunately only one real find before my radiator decided to blow Bronze sculpture by Burt Brent. Interesting dude: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burt_Brent Amazing talent as a sculptor, too, as you can see here. Apparently he also reconstructed the ear of the Bvlgari heir, after kidnappers cut it off: http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20086950,00.html
Incredible poster haul Nat Shoutout to Spoo trading these SLPs and to @eddiegreen for a sweet Chanel henley which will appear in a thrift fit once I've lost the weight I didn't realize Id gained
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