I’ve got this terrible pain in all the diodes down my left side, good old Marvin and, doesn’t the symbol for an indirectly heated thermionic diode look similar to Marvin 1.0’s face? Who can forget those fateful words by the laconic and lugubrious Marvin, the Paranoid Android from The Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy.
A New Era in Vintage & Antique Shopping: Young or old, we are dealing with the new age of retail. Young vintage dealers and shoppers are grappling with the distance with the time period between them and when these items existed, a mindset that they never knew and a plethora of bad, parroted, research info.
Brexit, A Brief History Of The UK’s Wordly Connections: Amy and Dawid of Stolen Attic have used Brexit to regale us with an informative post on how immigration has shaped our love of Vintage and Antiques.
If you like Doctor Who then you probably have wondered about Vintage Doctor Who Sci Fi Collectibles. Have a read of this blog for some tips on which to collect!
The Delights Of Vintage Vacuum Cleaners & The Misuse Of Electrical Products. Steve of Mullard Magic, regales us with the history of Vacuum Cleaners and why some men should avoid using these most useful of domestic appliances!
Many moons ago, Pam, of Whimsical Vintage on Ruby Lane, carried quite a bit of Culver Glassware in her shop. At the time, there was very little info out there on the company. Considerable digging turned up a few newspaper articles that she was able to use to piece together Culver Glassware Identification, Then & Now.
Another blog from Mullard Antiques on Gibson’s Pottery Snippet Of The Day Number 6. Who were Gibson’s pottery? Where did they manufacture? Read to find out more!
A wonderful guest blog on Native American Hallmarks by Roma Arellano. Roma sells a wide range of goods but her expertise on Native American Jewellery is exceptional! A good read!
Cachepots, Jardinieres, Planters and Ferners. Do you know what the differences are between these types of pot? Read this guest blog from Pam of Whimsical Vintage on Ruby Lane to find out more!
Not many people will probably have heard of the Staffordshire based George Clews & Co Pottery, unless you are a collector of teapots or their studio art pottery Chameleon Ware. But they had some very innovative designs. Read to find out more!