But of course.. in the North Bay. (Original Post)
Couldn’t find any more on this Zwicki character. I’d love to see what else he designed.
But of course.. in the North Bay. (Original Post)
$150.00 for a Magnavox stereo console! Looks verrry clean. (Original Post)
This seller wins the Most Artistic Uploads Award for this Wedgewood they’re selling. $400.00 in Auburn. (Original Post)
Lil’ pink terrazzo mosaic table. I like them pillows, too! $60.00 in Lincoln. (Original Post)
Yellow top dinette table, $75.00 in the tuba lovin’ Yuba. (Original Post)
Funny little dresser. What is this brand?? Same angry eyes drawer pulls I’ve seen all over. $70.00 in El Dodo Hills. (Original Post)
Classy backgammon inlays there, Chief. $250.00 in Moose Grove — ‘scuse me, Elk. (Original Post)
She’s got so much stuff — where does it all come from?? $15.00 for the set of 4. (Original Post)
Modern vintage-inspired plastic clock. Good lookin’ for $20.00. (Original Post)
$20.00 for a COFFEE TABLE — and two end tables. The catch is you gotta drive an hour and a half to get them. (Original Post)
Different items from a bedroom set. This looks promising! Located in Curtis Park. (Original Post)
“THIS IS A CHINA HUTCH THAT HAS TWO SIDE DOORS AND 3 DRAWERS ON THE BASE AND 3 SHELVES THAT ARE NOT ADJUSTABLE AND TWO SLIDING GLASS DOORS ON THE TOP. THIS IS A ONE PIECE UNIT 50″ WIDE 64″ HIGH 17″ DEEP. IT IS A NICE PIECE.”
“Hello we have for sale a vintage 6 ft aluium xmas tree with rotating stand and color wheel the tree is in good shape for its age does not come with original box or paper tubes for branches all work good were asking 175.00 or best offer.”
I really wish my mom didnt throw out the one she had way back when. Bah! This guy is hanging out in Patterson.
This chandelier kinda knocks my socks off. It is being sold for 50.00 OBO in Mantecca. Everything works!
Formica table is going for 50 dollars in Modesto.
65.00 in San Rafael.
“Really nice Mid-Century Modern Danish style end or side table made by Lane, solid wood walnut veneered, nice details, single spacious drawer with 2 brass pulls. Straight legs, the stretchers almost touch the ground. The table is 20″high, 26″long and 20″deep. In good vintage condition with some wear (minor darker spots on top, on the drawer front). Can be delivered, just need $$ for gas.”
Delivery is available! Such a rare and nice craigslist treat.
“Vintage/Mid-Century/Danish desk and chair. Not sure of the year or manufacturer. Chair is not original to the desk. Both have some wear (water rings on the desk and several nicks in the chair) but overall great pieces in good condition.”
20″ tall 4-position switch for this 5-headed beastoid lamp. Snappy. (Original Post)
“or sale is a square wood and tile wall clock from the 60′s- Measures 16″ square and 3″ deep.
Very cool numbers and hands. Keeps great time- and a record of all the batteries replaced since 1962
are listed on the back (about every 8 years.) The condition is excellent, and the tiles are black, beige and cream.
The numbers, dots, and hands are brass. “
This record player is being sold for 250.00. I need to start keeping a notebook.. because I remember looking at this guy but dont remember posting it. Regardless it looks like bootifull wood and has a great shape. Seller does not state if it is in working condition or not.
Those zeros don’t make me that uncomfortable. These things are gorgeous. Here is a long bit (thankfully so) from the seller:
“Eames Era Danish Modern Plycraft Lounge Chair and Ottoman
This chair was made by Plycraft, of Lawrence Mass, and manufactured in the 1950’s. Plycraft is no longer in business, but company records show that a lot of the chairs they produced were based on chairs that came from Eames made for Herman Miller designs.
This Danish modern style chair is made of molded plywood with low sweeping arms, with tufted black vinyl on foam pad seat, arms and back area.
Detachable head cushion.
5-star black aluminum base. Tilt and swivel mechanism.
It is a very comfortable lounge chair and ottoman, very sturdy and solid.
Width 39″ x Depth 39″ x Height 43″
Seat Height 16″
Arm Height 23.5″
Amazing vintage condition
Age appropriate wear: One tufting button is loose in the seat (pictured) button is still in place and repairable.”
I have an appreciation for Sewing machines and old projectors. I never know what I can do with any of them but I really dig the way they look. I could justify bringing home tons of great looking sewing machines like the one above to my husband (someone I know knows how to sew!) but I haven’t found much use out of projectors for the modern person today. Still brainstorming that one. Pick this guy up for a crafty loved one (IT’S THE HOLIDAYS, YAY) or for yourself. Original post
Oh here’s one more with an adorable table:
It is being sold for 50.00 in Natomas.
I will admit that sometimes I forget about awesome things like stoves because I am a renter. Thankfully Serene and Tonii are considerate enough to think about such things and post them. Then I am reminded that the world does not revolve around any of my direct immediate needs/interests. ;]