About 10 weeks ago, the modish.net server was upgraded to a sleeker, faster operating system. At about the same time, several functions--like permitting new people (about 60) to join modish--became inoperable. Due to overwhelming work obligations, it may take some time for me to get things back in order. In the meantime, I have created a Facebook presence for modish.net, it is called Mid-Century Modern Dinnerware. I invite everyone to also gather there for discussions and posting latest finds. Although it was just created recently, it already has 70 some members.

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Modish is a social-networking community of good-spirited, modern design enthusiasts. Recent finds and collections are shared in a format resembling show & tell. The site is an ever-expanding resource on 20th century modern design. Posts on all forms of vintage modern design are welcome.

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Rosenthal, Peynet
Salem North Star Batter Bowl
Theme Formal on Heywood

Blast from the Past

Gallery images from 2 years ago and more.
Jens Quistgaard: Teak Serving Tray for Dansk

Iroquois China

Uknown Blue Decoration

Iroquois China. Impromptu. [Powder Blue]. Ben Seibel.

Anyone seen this color before?

Vernon Kilns

Anytime tumblers by Vernon Kilns

Vernon Kilns. San Clemente [Anytime] shape. Anytime. Tumblers. c. 1955. Eliot House (shape).

Vernon Kilns

Young in Heart Teapot
Young in Heart

Vernon Kilns. Young in Heart. San Clemente [Anytime] shape. Teapot. c. 1955.

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Raymor Modern Stoneware (RMS) Ephemera

I LOVE ephemera.  I purchased this on ebay awhile back.

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I Thought I Saw A Putty Tat

I stopped into Goodwill to buy a pair of glass diffuser shades that have been there forever. Didn't need them then, but I needed them now. Alas, when I need them, they are gone!

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Jenfred-Ware Bank - Ben Seibel

As a self-professed thrift store junkie, I have stated before that it's almost impossible for me to pass a thrift store, yard sale, or antiques co-op without stopping in.  However, there's a G

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Bennington Potters Wooly Ram Bank