A great opportunity to buy a discontinued Style from about 2010. As Cleveland looks to challenge for the NBA Title this year – you will be all ready for next season with this great team jacket. The size is XL
Great Logos front, back and on sleeves. Officially NBA Licensed Jacket The shell and lining are 100% Nylon and the Filler is 100% Polyester. Available in our eBay Store Connectibles.
Beautifully made, substantial Brass Tiffany and Company Solid Brass Column Mantel Clock. This clock was a company gift to Robert L. Krakoff Chairman & CEO of Cahners Publishing Company. Engraved on top, not visible when displayed on mantle or shelf but you can check with jeweler about having it removed if you prefer. See photos.
Keeps very accurate time, as you would expect
Very Substantial Brass Clock – 9 Pounds 2 ounces weight
We’re delighted to be featuring one of the most beautifully made dollhouse sets that we’ve ever offered.
Japan antique Meiji dollhouse Miniature sets handcrafted with utmost detail and professional artistry, circa 1870-1910 Meiji Emperor Era. One miniature room and one group of approx 50 accessories are each inside custom designed handcrafted storage boxes too; each storage box is marked with characters that roughly translate into “Premium or Specially Made Toy Set”, with the name of the merchant Dai-maru.
It’s been suggested by a Japan scholar I consulted with that the quality is so unusually high that it is likely these were custom made only for a daughter of a noble family.
Condition is excellent and outstanding; it’s hard to show the detail that went into each and every section. Includes:
Room Box for a tatami or Japanese tea room perhaps. All wood, sliding shoji screen doors open to reveal the room itself. 3″ x 5″ x 2″. Hanging accessories attached to the back wall. This room is actually also in a custom box for storage and safety. One small piece of label residue on side of the outer box is shown in last photo; we did not try to remove it.
Set of 50 assorted loose accessories, ranging from most miniscule 1/8″ baskets and utensils (check out the whisk for tea and strainer) to the largest 2″ across piece that we believe is a charcoal stove. Includes bowls, cups, shovels, teapot, tiniest boxes with perfectly fitted little lids. Mixture of wood, metal, ceramic. All are in a custom designed compartmentalized storage box lined in lambs wool, with a custom cover on top. I show some with a penny coin next to them for scale.
A few of the pieces likely fit into the charcoal stove.
Strung Sleep Eye Ginny has blonde poodle caracul wig (very soft, look at photos for details) and everything about her is very good to excellent other than her blue sleep eyes stick and a small spot on back of an arm that we did not try to clean. I also didn’t want to damage the clothing or shoes so left her dressed as shown.
Clothes are crisp and nearly new condition; would be hard to find a
Vintage Vogue Ginny Poodle Doll
Includes dress with pink and black checked skirt and pale pink organdy top trimmed with lace. Black velvet ribbons tie at wrists and in a bow at neck.
Peach straw hat has a black woven bag, original eastic is tight.
Charming collectible Vintage Vogue Ginny Poodle Doll to add to your display. See Ginny and many other vintage dolls in our eBay Store Connectibles.
Remarkable piece of jewelry from Acme Studio known for their collaboration with the Memphis Group. Designed by noted American Architect Richard Meier and part of their Architect Series which was launched after the Memphis Designers Collection in 1986.
Titled #01 Brooch.
Handmade cloisonné with a silver plate.
Measures 1-1/4″ wide x 2-1/2″ high.
Excellent new condition, stamped on back. Statement work of art.
Background: RICHARD MEIER is an American born architecture graduate of Cornell University. Based in both New York and Los Angeles, Mr. Meier has designed commercial and residential structures. Museums from Atlanta (High Museum), Georgia to Frankfurt (Museum for Decorative Arts), West Germany. Meier has also designed furniture for Knoll, Tableware for Swid-Powell and Alessi. He was a professor at Yale in 1975 and 1977 and visiting design critic at Harvard from 1980 to 1981. He was commissioned in 1986 to do the J. Paul Getty Museum in Santa Monica, CA., completed in 1998.
Beautiful version of Cissette, side part and classic flip. Blue wool suit with matching jeweled pillbox is so reminiscent of Jackie Kennedy’s own classic style.
Doll has gorgeous face paint, is in excellent condition. Suit itself has a few holes in the back of the wool skirt, not visible when on display from the front. Shoes a bit stretched but otherwise this doll is just lovely!
Original hang tag, original box in very good overall condition as well.
Outfit includes jersey blouse, skirt and jacket, white taffeta panties, hose and sling back shoes. Pillbox hat has red rhinestone jewels and is excellent.
We’re selling a stunning group of boutique designer hats, fresh from local collector. Statement hats for the proud woman who is not afraid to express herself and embrace her inner Diva!!
Featured here is an interesting Hattie Carnegie “Miss Carnegie” vintage 1940’s wool jersey hat, cheerful and delightfully unusual. Pink/Red with a whimsical little leaf on top, as this was an “apple” or similar fruit. Ultimate NYC “Big Apple” hat!
21″ around brim, size Small.
Excellent overall condition.
Unique and a real statement hat. Take a look at our 360 degree spin video below; you can stop and start the spin at any point by swiping with your mouse to see details. Look at all of our designer hats in our eBay Store Connectibles.
Here is a brief partial article about Hattie Carnegie from Wikipedia.
Hattie Carnegie (15 March 1880 — 22 February 1956) was a fashion entrepreneur based in New York City from the 1920s to the 1960s. She was born in Vienna, Austria-Hungary as Henrietta Kanengeiser.
The second oldest of seven children, Hattie Carnegie’s father was an Austrian Jewish artist and tailor, thought to have introduced her to the world of fashion.
Carnegie, who emigrated with her family to the United States at the age of six in 1886, was known for her elegant couture collection and secondary ready-to-wear lines. Her company was revolutionary in the sense that it was one of the first to introduce ready-to-wear to the high-end market. She pioneered the ‘head-to-hem’ boutique concept that paved the way for the future success of Ralph Lauren in America. Her company discovered some of the most prominent American fashion designers of the twentieth century, such as Norman Norell, Pauline Trigère and James Galanos; for nearly a decade, the made-to-order department was headed by Pauline Fairfax Potter.
Hattie Carnegie was originally a milliner and owned a successful shop on East Tenth Street in New York named Carnegie – Ladies’ Hatter. Despite the fact she had never sewed a seam in her life and had no formal training, she swiftly opened a dress shop on the Upper West Side and finally in 1923, she opened the famous Hattie Carnegie boutique at 42 East 49th street, close to the current address of Saks Fifth Avenue. Her shop, at its peak, carried her own ‘Hattie Carnegie Couture’ collection, Paris couture imports from Chanel, Vionnet and Dior, a fur line, her several ready-to-wear lines under different names, a costume jewelry line, a cosmetic line and even a chocolate line. Her dress designs were a massive success and soon she had such clients as Joan Crawford and the Duchess of Windsor. Hattie Carnegie’s colorful clothing and ultra-chic costume jewelry, even today, are greatly sought after by fashion and jewelry collectors.
Carnegie enjoyed tremendous success throughout her career but the proudest moment came when she designed the Women’s Army Corps (WAC) uniform in 1950. They were adopted for wear on New Year’s Day 1951. On 1 June 1952, Hattie received the Congressional Medal of Freedom for the WAC uniform design and for her many other charitable and patriotic contributions. The WAC design was so timelessly elegant that it was still in use for women’s U.S. Army uniforms in 1968.
– 1964, hand decorated with brilliant ruby red jewels on an American Eagle iconic image.
– Excellent condition, some mild scuffs on back, super-clean inside. Leather latch in very good condition.
– 11″ x 8-1/2″ x 2-3/4″, larger size she made.
– Jointed wood inside, great attention to detail and fine quality.
– Embellishments are all intact and lovely.
– Dark Mahogany wood.
Great opportunity to add a very special vintage Enid Collins bag to your vintage inventory. We have another one from 1963 in the “Night Owl” design, listed separately. Happy to combine shipping for extra savings. Please look at all of our purses in our eBay store Connectibles.
Terrific pair of Stuart Weitzman Boots – black quilted patent leather navigator tall boots, women’s size 10 Medium. Made in Spain. Original retail price was $525. Last two photos are stock photos for the style; other photos show the actual pair you are purchasing.
Glossy patent leather upper with quilted shaft
Saddle style vamp
Buckle strap along top
Size zip closure
Fabric lining with logo embossed rubber sole
3/4″ stack heel
16-1/4″ tall, 15-1/2″ around widest point
11-1/8″ long from toe to heel, 3-5/8″ across sold at widest point.
Stuart Weitzman’s trademark use of unique materials (e.g., cork, vinyl, lucite, wallpaper, and 24-karatgold) and his attention to detail garnered him and his company a global following. His shoes are sold in over 70 countries.
In the late 1950s, Weitzman’s father, Seymour Weitzman, started a shoe factory in Haverhill, Massachusetts, called “Seymour Shoes” (also sold under the label: “Mr. Seymour”). Stuart began designing shoes for his father’s business in the early 1960s, when he was in his 20s.
Weitzman graduated from George W. Hewlett High School in 1958 and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 1963. When Seymour died in 1965, Stuart took over the business with his older brother Warren. They sold the business to a company in Spain in 1972, but Stuart continued to design shoes for the company. In 1994, he bought back the business, but he continues to manufacture his shoe designs in Spain.
Since 2002, Weitzman has provided one-of-a-kind, “million dollar” shoes to an Oscar nominee to wear at the Oscars. For the 2007 Oscar ceremony, shoes were designed for and provided to Diablo Cody, who subsequently declined to wear them, stating that she was not aware of nor interested in the publicity attendant with wearing the shoes.