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Collecting old things; heirlooms and new to you things! Companion to http://www.inherited-values.com/
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Butts In The Air, We Just Do Care

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In response to this post about vintage ceramic animals, Butts In The Air, Like They Just Don’t Care, Nina writes: Hi Deanna! I came across an old blog post of yours when I was researching a v...
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Lefton China Christmas Angels - Set of Three - Japan

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Vintage Lefton porcelain angel figurines, set of three. Made in Japan. Each adorable blue-eyed Christmas holiday angel holds a different
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Vintage Hula Girls

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4 Vintage Hula Girls - Rare - 1950s - Japan - - Full color - excellent vintage condition. They have a few minor tiny scrapes where paint is missing.

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Not All Disney Princesses Were Legal | Inherited Values

Not All Disney Princesses Were Legal | Inherited Values | Antiques & Vintage Collectibles | Scoop.it

In the 1920s through the 1940s, carnivals, state fairs, and the like gave away figurines made of plaster to those who successfully answered the calls of carnival game barkers. Because they were made of plaster or chalk, these pieces are called carnival chalkware. Given that they were made of a less-than sturdy material as well as given away to men trying to impress ladies and kids (both temporary conditions!), relatively few of the rather large number of plaster carnival prizes made and given away have survived; thus making them collectible.

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Pinups: What Lies Beneath

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Vintage chalkware pinups and art nudes.

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Just A Vintage Shelf Vignette I Adore

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Nana's Nuns

My Grandmother passed this year at 92- leaving my family her collection of 1000+ nun figurines. People at the Estate sale were a bit creeped out for some reason...

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More info on the nun collection here: http://www.reddit.com/r/WTF/comments/1bxqnm/my_grandmother_passed_this_year_at_92_leaving_my/

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“Hello, Cutie!” The Interview

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A few weeks ago, I had the great pleasure of reviewing a new release which explores the collectible culture of “cute”. …And maybe exploits the rise of cute in contemporary culture. But in a good way — I swear. Entitled Hello, Cutie!: Adventures in Cute Culture, the book was not only charming but so engaging that I just had to interview its author, Pamela Klaffke.

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Why Collectors Say, "Hello, Cutie!"

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"In Hello, Cutie!: Adventures in Cute Culture, Pamela Klaffke explores the cute phenomenon which many feel is exploding in our culture right now. From food, edible or inedible, to fashion, baby animals, and comics, Hello, Cutie! covers cute, vintage and contemporary. But primarily, Hello, Cutie! is a book about cute collectibles themselves and those who make and collect the cute as well."

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The Unintentional Skunk Collection | Kitschy Kitschy Coo

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My vintage skunk collection.

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Meet Bruce & Beth | Inherited Values

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A pair of vintage pottery figures by Ceramic Art Studios.

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Romantic Vintage Boudoir Lamps

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Plus a vintage hat box from Gimbels - Schuster, and a spaniel dog fiurine.

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Vintage 1950s Davy Crockett and Bunny Figurine

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Davy Crockett.. King of the wild frontier! Vintage 1950s figurine.

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vintage pixie figurine

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This cute little pixie is in perfect condition, a great addition to your collection! This ceramic figurine is from a California company ( not sure of the name ) and made from the 40's to 50's.
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An opinionated woman obsessed with objects, entertained by ephemera, intrigued by researching, fascinated by culture & addicted to writing. The wind says my name; doesn't put an @ in front of it, so maybe you don't notice. http://www.kitsch-slapped.com
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