Wednesday, May 2, 2012

all that glitters

...is not gold.  It's also silver.  In fact, in my closet/jewelry box, it's mainly silver.  And this shop preview isn't all glitter...but dang, that first pair of shoes sure sparkles!

Silver glitter mary janes, by Marilyn.


1970s mosaic tile t-strap sandals, Signals by Beacon (in the shop now!).



1980s cowgirl booties, by Hunt Club.



1970s cognac leather high heels, by Nina.



1960s silver rhinestone button pumps, by La Patti.



1980s polka dot fabric pumps, by Paloma.



1950s blue plastic flowers and rhinestone link bracelet.



1950s pink plastic flowers clamper bracelet.



1950s ceramic deer planter.



Tooled leather Texas rose coin purse.



Tooled leather yellow rose wallet.



Tooled leather coin purse.



1978 leaping stag brass belt buckle.



1978 inlaid brass maple leaf belt buckle.



Brass Safe Drinking Water belt buckle.



1940s telephone cord purse!

xo
K


11 comments:

  1. Egad - that leaping stag belt buckle is all Games of Thrones-like!

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  2. I'm a silver girl too and jeepers! That first pair of shoes… GORGEOUS!

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  3. Karen, I can't wait to see that telephone cord purse listed! PRETTY AWESOME! Don't think I've ever seen anything like that before.

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    1. Here it is! http://www.etsy.com/listing/98868790/vintage-1940s-purse-telephone-cord-purse

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  4. Is that the original shoe box with that first pair of shoes??!! Spectacular!

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    1. It is! And I also have cool original boxes for the mosaic sandals and the other pair of silver pumps. Gotta love ladies who kept their shoe boxes.

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  5. Do you ever post anything but shop updates? Its pretty boring.

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    1. Why yes, I do, Anonymous! But since this is the blog connected to my *shop*, there will be shop updates. If you're so bored, I suggest you go read elsewhere. But thanks for the comment!

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  6. I would love to have the 'Brass Safe Drinking Water belt buckle'. can and how, could i purchase one?

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    1. I don't know if you noticed the date on the blog post, but that belt buckle sold quite a long time ago. You could try searching for one on Etsy and Ebay.

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