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Metlox, Mobile, California Mobile
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Red Wing Smart Set
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Raymor Capri, Michael Lax, Hyalyn
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Footed Sherbet
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Beverage Server with Cover in Charcoal
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Theme Formal Demitasse Cup
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Heywood Wakefield Catalog

Heywood Wakefield Catalog
Heywood Wakefield Original Catalog

You've probably seen the thick reprint catalog of Heywood Wakefield furniture. This is the first time I've ever seen an original Heywood Wakefield Catalog in the wild.

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Vernonware Raffia

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I took these photos of my Vernon Kilns Raffia collection back in November 2012, it has since grown a bit.

Poodles

Poodles
Nothing says 1950's style like French Poodles and here's a table full!

Per Lutken

Per Lutken - Denmark

PER LUTKEN

MAKER:HOLMEGAARD

DESIGNER:PER LUTKEN

ORIGIN OF COUNTRY:DENMARK

TYPE:VASE

PATTERN:CASED GLASS BEAK

PERIOD:1955

ERA:MCM

COLOR:SMOKE

Red and White Table

Red and White Table

This vibrant vintage tablecloth arrived from eBay just a couple of days ago. I bid more than I normally would, but couldn't resist the brilliant color and Calder-like Mobile motif.

Tamac

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Rare Tamac Prototype Deer

Found this pair of Tamac deer from a collector in Oklahoma. These are the first I've seen in 20 years of collecting Tamac.

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GEORG JENSEN - DENMARK