As always some wonderful finds--and some oldies but goodies too. Click on the photos and links.
had a special request for this one--courtesy of MarkP, the 1948-1950's
Noma Christmas Candle-lites. Wow! These sometimes come up on EBAY and
ouch, the price!
It's followed by one of the most beautiful radio consoles we have ever seen.
Courtesy of our friend USSIWOJIMA: the Majestic Model 300 A, circa 1932. Another wow.
The Gothic lines on this are simply amazing.
And finally that's followed by a quirky fun little putz house creation from littleglitterhouses.com--back in 2015---a.k.a. 49 Birdhouse Lane. Click on the photos and enjoy.
Just a reminder that Pete Oehmen's Guide to putz houses is available. Very concise and filled with photos and more http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2015/01/attn-vintage-cardboard-christmas-house.html
some of you know, we love adding motion to our Christmas trees and
villages--and we have just fallen in love with a device called an
ornamotor--or in the case of Kurt S. Adler, the "twirl-it".
We saw a few of these in action on a friend's tree http://bit.ly/1yFrqcj
We're already imaging all sorts of "putzabilities"....Currently ChristmasTraditions.com is offering a two pack for $10.99
You can see a video of this in action at the Youtube Channel The Incredible Christmas Place https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHj1BQx4ydE
CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS that appear to be quite well done for the
price--they're plastic--the Santa and snowman would be the perfect size
for larger putz houses--and they don't look like they would need too
much "re-working " http://bit.ly/1FdnAzr
The ultimate gingerbread house http://www.flickr.com/photos/7957972@N06/5303591119/in/pool-miniature_christmas_villages
CASE YOU MISSED IT, THE LATEST FROM ROB AND MONICA
For the person working on the Civil War diorama, this is an inexpensive set of plastic pieces https://trainsandtoysoldiers.com/billy-v-toy-soldiers-american-civil-war-bagged-plastic-toy-soldiers-set-1-32-scale/
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