INDIAN CLUBS. I find them to be quite handsome, a grand art object and nostalgia. “They were exceptionally popular during the health craze of the late Victorian era, used by military cadets and well-heeled ladies alike, and even appeared as a gymnastic event in the 1904 and 1932 Olympics” (wikipedia- I know, I went there). They are 18″ tall each, 2.5 wide. Embossed Harrods of London on the top. Whether you are a well-heeled lady looking to increase circulation and musculature a la the 20s or 30s, or someone decorating a scholarly study, these may be of interest.
5.5 x 5.5 x 7 inches. This adorable lil fella can hold your tiny terrarium. Or your two favorite guppies. A collection of spools? Features include a sliding screened top. It’s lovely.
Wrap those holiday gifts, or get nostalgic with this vintage scotch tape dispenser. 2 3/4 inches long.
Pocket tackle box. What riversides have this box known. This little piece of nostalgia can help you get organized. 6.5″ by 4″.
A well worn trio of boot polishing brushes. We believe they are all horsehair. What a fine little edition to your aesthetic surroundings. Longest brush is 8.5″ long, each are about 3″ wide.
Frond patterned Raymor Italy pottery bowl, ashtray. Raymor original store sticker still on base. 2.5″ x 6″
Vibrant hand glazed mid-century italian pottery vase. Stamped “Italy” on base. Hand glazed in vibrant red yellow and white, beautiful separation in the white glaze. Stands 5″ tall approx 5 ” wide.
Set of vintage rat traps.
You see, it says “champ”. Vintage inner tube with a conceptual twist.
Antique Norsk Pony Toy
Pipe Clamp. In our minds it is a sculpture.
11 x 8.5 x 5