Fascinating example of mid-century car advertising in the form of a miniature Seiberling Sealed-Aire rubber tire with a clear glass insert as the "hub." Frank Seiberling was a prodigious inventor and entrepreneur who founded the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in 1898, then went on to start the Seiberling Rubber Company more than 20 years later, growing it rapidly into one of America's most successful tire manufacturers. This miniature tire promotes the company's premium self-sealing tire of the 1950s ...
National Cash Register Chrome - $250 (Cleveland West)
Vintage Mid Century Industrial National Cash Register. Chrome.
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Exquisite pair of dangle drop rhinestone earrings made by Panetta, one of the most respected costume jewelers in mid-century America. These clip-on earrings feature many of the touches that have made the Panetta name famous. The sleek geometric silhouette, with a kite-shaped ear piece and elongated triangular pendants, reflects the Art Deco style that was in vogue when Benedetto Panetta designed jewelry for the Trifari brand in the 1920s and '30s. The surfaces glisten with clear, sparkling pave-set ...
This is Mid-Century Modern design at its most popular. Set of 5 goblets in the "Tawny Accent" pattern made by Libbey-Rock Sharpe. Features a squared bowl set atop a convex stem in a neutral smoky amber that coordinates with many colors of tableware. Fun retro look for morning juice or luncheon wine.
Good condition. No chips or cracks. Wear scratches throughout.
Made by Libbey-Rock Sharpe, Ohio
Acquired 1960s (pattern discontinued 1973)
Capacity: 7 oz
5.25 T x 2.325" DIA (bowl), 2.5" DIA (foot)
Matching pair of vintage pins in the shape of a star, with 5 points rendered in teardrop-cut rhinestones arrayed around a central chaton. Stones are set in a metal backing fitted with a tie-tack pin that locks securely into a dimpled butterfly clutch until the "wings" are squeezed to release it. Pin sets such as this were popular at mid-century to dress up the corners of a square-cut neckline on a dress or the collar of a twinset sweater. Today their simple shape and soft shimmer would add a stylish ...