Here's a small collection of some of the new items i will be listing this week, some will be of ebay, other will be posted on the website. So keep watching. Follow me on twitter if you want to know the minute a new item is listed.
Friday, 25 June 2010
Thursday, 24 June 2010
2. Salter scales, 3. 70's Wire toast rack, 4. Viners homemaker Cutlery, 5. Bakelite 1930s car window trays, 6. Atomic pan stand, 7. Krenit bowl, 8. 1970s emsa coasters vintage, 9. Vintage tin trays, 10. 1960s Alan Fletcher stacking, 11. 1960s shaving towel, 12. 1970s Party Plizt, 13. 1970s Austria Enamel Pans, 14. 1970s moneybox, 15. 70's Plastic lampshade, 16. Colani Elephant money box, 17. cheese board 60s, 18. 70s Smash Martian, 19. Radio 1970s, 20. fluffy rug, 21. 1980s tangle toy, 22. P1080318, 23. P1080148, 24. P1070914, 25. P1070783
Coasters boring, i don't think so.
1. 1970's Owl Coasters, 2. Bussum Coasters, 3. ceramic Coasters, 4. 1970's Worcester ware table mats, 5. 1970s emsa coasters vintage, 6. 1960s/1970s tin coasters, 7. Vintage tin trays, 8. 1960s vintage coasters, 9. 1950s place mats, 10. laurids Lonborg coasters, 11. 1970's Danish Coasters, 12. Swedish 1960s Coasters, 13. P1080402, 14. P1080178, 15. P1080159, 16. 70s coasters
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
1. 1970's Owl Coasters, 2. Enamel Kettle, 3. Danish teak pots, 4. Atomic 1950's pan, 5. Atomic plate rack, 6. Heart Lunch box, 7. 1960's French Party nibbles dish, 8. 1970's Dialene Party dish, 9. 1970's Gigantic tray, 10. Adam & Eve Salt & Pepper set, 11. 1970's rolling pin, 12. Robert Welch Cup, 13. 1950s Atomic coat rack, 14. 1970's Fish plate, 15. 70's wall lamp, 16. welware teapot, 17. Gonks, 18. 1930's calendar, 19. Bakelite dice thermometer, 20. Dansk butter board, 21. 70s minimalist bookend, 22. Salter scales, 23. 70's Wire toast rack, 24. T G stripe Storage jar, 25. Bussum Coasters
Friday, 18 June 2010
Wednesday, 16 June 2010
Designed by Luigi Colani for Dresners Bank in Germany in the 1960s, these money boxes have become a design icon, and are becoming increasingly sort after.
There is alot on confusion for buyer's, over the different types on Elephants. So here's some help.......
This Elephant is not a reproduction, its a second generation original 1970s, it has the "Dresdners Bank" logo marked on the base, small original elephants are also unopenable. ( +Very rare)
1st generation originals are made of a softer plastic, they have the Dresdner logo inbetween the legs on the smaller elephants, (these are like gold dust, & Very very rare) , but usually quite worn, with eyes missing.
90's reproductions still precious, but not quite as rare, these have no logo, and have a black plastic base which can be opened.
Some people like new things, some like old worn things, some like shiney things, but i think buyers have a right to know what they are buying.