Pair of Amber Art Glass Bird Figurines for Fall
Are you feeling that autumn aesthetic right now? Looking for some simple fall decor for your mantel or apartment window? Perhaps you're just getting started with your autumn decorating and aren't quite sure where to begin. How about a pair of vintage blown glass birds? They fit with so many styles, including boho and farmhouse! Glass Bird Figurines | Ornaments | Table Decor
Vintage Faux Wood Painted Hollow Plastic Elephant Figurines with Red Rhinestone Eyes
Two very lightweight hollow plastic elephants painted to look like wood. They have red rhinestone eyes (I can't tell if they are plastic or glass) and their trunks are extended upwards and back. The larger of the two has a "Made in Hong Kong" sticker. They have obvious seams from their molds. They have a certain kitschy charm to them! With their red eyes, they would make a great gift for someone with a December (ruby birthstone) or January (garnet birthstone) birthday.
Controlled Bubble Amber Art Glass Bowl | Bullicante | Mid-Century Decor | Decorative Glass | 50s Gif
Controlled Bubble Amber Art Glass Bowl | Bullicante | Mid-Century Decor | Decorative Glass | 50s Gifts | Eclectic by WrightSelections
Vintage Beswick Brown Rabbit Scratching His Face #824 2-inch Figurine
This itty-bitty bunny is so sweet. I hadn't seen one in a scratching pose like this before! It's a vintage Beswick rabbit with an impressed "824" and a written 9 (or 6?) on the bottom. Beswick was founded in the late 19th century and was bought by Royal Doulton in 1969. This little guy was designed by Arthur Gredington and is estimated to have been made in the 1960s.