I can’t quite wrap my head around it — but suddenly it’s fall. The roadside stands are filled with apples and pumpkins. It’s almost time to get out the rubber spiders. If you are a Halloween enthusiast, then this ghost-with-the-most may be just the thing to add to your collection this year. This ghoulish fellow is a 1930s composition candy box posted for sale in … Continue reading Spooky Goblin/SOLD!
The wind whips the leaves around her blowing skirt, one toe peeps out beneath the crinolines as she flirtatiously makes her way toward the shops — or a waiting lover? Isn’t her coquettish expression charming? The color scheme of this bone china piece by Royal Doulton is a wonderful palette of deep red, purple and green. The Antique Trader Royal Doulton price guide values this … Continue reading I feel pretty, oh so pretty! SOLD
Miss Piggy’s been adopted. (But you can read on to find out what you missed) With her larger than life personality, her killer karate chops (not to be confused with pork chops) and those big violet eyes (remind you of a certain other movie starlet?), Miss Piggy earned legions of devoted fans during the run of the The Muppet Show in the late 1970s. Now … Continue reading Miss Piggy – SOLD
It’s the time of year for grinning pumpkins, rubber spiders, and small monsters roaming the streets. For candy corn, caramel apples, and dentist’s nightmares. Yes, it’s Halloween time. Only as an adult (thanks to Martha Stewart) have I come around to enjoying Halloween. As a child, Halloween was just fraught with… “issues.” I’d select a costume-in-a-box at Woolworth’s (one year mine was the same as … Continue reading Scaredy Cat!/SOLD