Category Archives: Kitchen

Spaghetti-O’s Monster in my Pocket Display: One Monster That Won’t Fit In Your Pocket…

When most people start collecting little rubber and plastic figures, part of their reasoning for buying tiny toys often stems from the fact that these collections don’t take up a lot of space. You can fit hundreds of tiny figures … Continue reading

Posted in 1990's, Action Figures, Amy, Comic Characters, Food, Foreign, Halloween, Humor, Kitchen, Monsters, Toys, Weird | Leave a comment

Copper Lustre Pitcher – Really Old and Really Cheap

Last weekend, Carol and I were set up at a local antique show.  We were there for two days and were among about forty dealers participating in the show.  The crowds were decent and we really can’t complain about how … Continue reading

Posted in 1800's, English, Foreign, Jim, Kitchen, Pottery | Leave a comment

Travel-Log #8: Broad Summary (Colorado, Nevada, Arizona, Oklahoma, Arkansas) – Submitted by Carol on 10/3/12

Despite good intentions, I’ve discovered that keeping up on a blog while traveling the width of the country is no easy task.  Whenever possible, we’ve tracked down and run into antique shops and malls in pursuit of a “find.”  In … Continue reading

Posted in 1800's, 1900's, 1910's, 1920's, 1930's, 1940's, 1950's, Advertising, Americana, Carol, Dolls, Ephemera, Historical, Holiday, Humor, Jim, Kitchen, Monsters, Political, Road Trip, Signs, Toys, Weird | 1 Comment

Travel-Log #4: Abilene, Kansas 9/12/12 Submitted by Carol

Note:  Our apologies for the lack of Travel-Logs during the past two weeks.  It’s not that we haven’t been antiquing; we have.  However, between very busy days on the road and sometimes very poor wi-fi connections at our motels in … Continue reading

Posted in 1800's, 1900's, 1910's, Advertising, Americana, Carol, Cast Iron, Glass, Historical, Jim, Kitchen, Road Trip | 1 Comment

Smile: Moon Man Salt and Pepper Shaker

This week’s “Smile” is in honor of tonight’s rare “Blue Moon.”  Although it might look like a winking anthropomorphic moon man figurine, it’s actually a salt and pepper shaker.  The moon head removes from the body as the salt shaker, … Continue reading

Posted in 1930's, 1940's, Carol, Humor, Kitchen, Pottery | Leave a comment