$ 15.00Lovely ivory scarf circa 1930s or so. Sheer ivory chiffon, simple, classy and sweet with beautiful lace trim in the corners embellished with delicate yellow flowers. Measures about 20" square. No label. Looks and feels like nylon to me but it might be rayon or silk blend as well. So pretty and feminine.
$ 59.00Beautiful deep peach-ey pink Vintage Tap Pant Style Panty from the 1930s possibly 40s. French seams, buttons at the side, scalloped edge at the bottom hem with ivory piping. And ceck out those wee white strawberry appliques!! So cute!!!! High waisted. Label reads: Kristine Handmades, Fabric by Stonecutter. Probably a small to medium sized depending on how big your waist is.
$ 45.00Lovely pink hat circa 1930s or possibly 40s. Soft dusty pink fabric, feels like a crepe over a mesh base, embellished with pink and cream flowers and lavender purple birdcage netting. There are tendrils of more netting hanging down the back. I believe they are meant to be tied or somehow shape into the hair to help hold this on. No label. Measures 11" across the inside, and is about 5.25" wide at it's widest. This is meant to be more of a topper so one size will fit most.
$ 39.00It doesn't get much girlier than this. Quilted bed jacket in pink with a print of watercolor dainty flowers all over. Fully lined in a soft pink cotton or cotton blend with ties at the neck. A daring small pocket on the right side and 3/4 sleeves. Probably a medium size but a really easy fit that could work well for a wide variety of sizes. Label reads: Dolly Hart Los Angeles.
$ 219.00 - Sold OutBeyond beautiful black dress from the later 1940s, or early 1950s. Makes me think of a Black Swan. The most amazing bodice with a black velvet modesty panel across the bust and then black lace and velvet straps over the shoulders. The velvet carries all down the back to a bow at the waist and extra long ends hanging down the skirt. Just gorgeous! Almost a full circle skirt. Has metal zipper on the side. No label. A lovely larger size, and great for a taller girl too! Yay! It's just a hair too big for me or I'd have kept this one for sure.
$ 18.00Fancy black fabric belt from about the 1950s. Its one and a quarter inches wide, and is studded in front with rhinestones or diamantes in a vaguely Art Deco pattern. Has snap closures on the back. Its 32" from very end to end. No label or mark.
$ 219.00This is a magnificent full length opera coat from about the 1940s or 50s in black silk velvet. Incredible shaped collar! Slightly puffed shoulders, though no shoulder pads. Simple clean lines with no front closure. Fully lined in black satin. Label reads: Bergdorf Goodman Fifth Avenue at 58th Street. Small to smaller medium I'd say.
$ 219.00 - Sold OutBeyond beautiful black dress from the later 1940s, or early 1950s. I wish wish, wish I had a dress form small enough for this so you could get the real feel for it, but it's too small so I've had to pin it. Hopefully that will be enough. Its utterly divine. The most amazing bullet shape bodice just full of gorgeous beading all round the bust front and back and then soft black tulle over the shoulders. Fantastic gather at the hip on one side and then this fall of liquid black silk satin skirt which has a small rounded cornered slit on one side. Has metal zipper on the side, but curiously on the right, not the left as usual, and yes, I've made sure which side is front and back. No label, probably homemade though very, very well by an excellent seamstress, but that may explain the zipper.
$ 26.00Darling ivory fascinator veil, circa 1940s or 50s with a birdcage veil and crochet lace flowers round a stiff mesh crown base. No label. Hat seems to be one size fits all, or at least most. Really pretty little thing and perfect for a vintage wedding.
$ 15.00Charming clown figurines. Circa 1940s or 50s, and most likely made in Japan. Listing is for the three. They are just the sweetest things with their little painted faces. The largest stands about 4" tall and the two smaller about 3" tall. None of them are marked on the bottom which is why I'm not 100% sure they are Japanese. However, there is some sharpie markings on each which is most likely covering something, maybe that was a mark, or possibly an old price or something. I don't know, it was there when I acquired these.
$ 20.00Darling small prints in black metal frames of early Horseless Carriages. Perfect for a car lover or collector! There is a purple velvet backing and a circular metal hanger. They measure 4.25" x 3.25". The listing is for the pair. Please convo me if you're interested in that.
$ 56.00Darling girls party dress circa late 40 or early 50s. Ivory organza or organdy overdress with wide pintucking pleats and a Peter Pan collar, Goes over a separate acetate slip dress with a built in semi stiff woven crinoline. Fit and flare shape. I love the ricrac trim round the bottom hem. Dress has buttons up the back, slip has a metal side zipper. The dress itself is sheer. The slip is cute enough on its own to be a dress by itself nowdays. There is no label. There was, but its been cut away, so all that remains is a lot number label on the slip. About preteen size, but do check the measurements below.
$ 30.00Lovely deep olive green satin cocktail hat circa late 40s or 50s. Trimmed all over with velvet flower buds and leaves in varying shades of green and gold threads. Lined with lace and velvet cording.
$ 75.00Beautiful vintage black ribbon dress circa late 1940s or early 1950s. Wiggle style with criss cross bands of narrow ribbon. Beautifully detailed neckline. Cap sleeves. darts at the bust and a few pleats at the waist. Small shoulder pads. Feels like a silk blend or rayon to me. Has a side metal zipper. Medium to smaller large size, I'd say. Unlined. No label.
$ 79.00Deep espresso brown lightly boucled two piece suit circa the 1940s, maybe 50s. The jacket is really the star here. It has these fantastic buttons! The sleeves are not quite full length, but a bit longer than 3/4. The bottom hem in front has a slits at either hip. Shoulder pads. Its kind of a shorter, more boxy shape, that makes me think 60s, but the woman I got it from said her mother wore it well before then and there are definitely things about it that make me think she's right. The skirt is A line, has several darts at the waist for a nice shape, and a metal zipper at the side. Both jacket and skirt are lined in what feels like rayon. The body is probably wool. Medium size, I'd say. There are two labels. The designer ones read "Friedmont" and are in both jacket and skirt. Then there is an additional one for the store it was sold at, reads: "Housemans, Grand Rapids".
$ 40.00Pretty yelloware bowl from Bauer, about the 40s. Pale yellow with rings all round. Marked on the bottom with SA, the number 18, which denotes its size, and the three pinmarks from firing typical of Bauer. Measures about 8.25" in diameter" and stands about 4" tall.
$ 45.00 - Sold OutLovely ivory beaded handbag by Whiting and Davis form the 1940s. Covered in ivory beads sewn together into a mesh, with a celluloid frame and chain. Soo cute! The interior is one big open space with 1 smaller open compartments. Lined inside in a dark marooney-red faille. Label inside says, Alumesh, Whiting and Davis, made in The U.S.A. About 9.5" wide, 7.5 " tall (including clasp but not including handle).
$ 24.00Sweet little fabric belt from the 40s. Olive khaki green, probably rayon or a rayon cotton blend. Matching fabric covered belt buckle. Imminently adjustable because there are no holes for the buckle. Measures 33" from the hole in the buckle to the other end. No label.
$ 149.00This is a stunning party dress from the 1940s in black velvet. Has metal zipper on the side. Absolutely darling neckline and sleeves with scalloped edges. label reads: Betty Brief. Slightly dolman sleeve, small shoulder pads. This is either a silk or a rayon velvet, so soft!!! Thread loops for a belt but alas no belt. My trick is too use grosgrain ( or velvet) ribbon in whatever color you like to create a tie on belt! Probably a small to medium
$ 62.00This is a darling gingham print nylon dress from the 1940s. Super cute collar detail! A few small gathers at the skirt at the waist at either hip. Side metal zipper. A loop for a belt at both sides but alas, no belt. Medium size, I'd say. No label.
$ 25.00 - Sold OutThis beaded handbag circa the 30s or 40s has an interesting hinged opening and a hard round weighted bottom that helps it stay open if you set it down. The handle consists of two beaded straps that are wound together to make one spiral strap that feels solid in your hand. Its lined with black satin trimmed with a goldish piping. Two smaller compartments inside apart from the main one to hold all your goodies organized.
$ 16.00Gorgeous leather bow tie circa 1940s. Pre tied, elastic round the neck but with only a little stretch so it won't choke you. This would be a darling necklace worn with a tank top or something as well as traditional bow tie. Adjustable. Hooks to itself to close. Bow is 3.25" wide and 1.75" tall. Adjusts from 8" to 18" and you could probably stretch it out a little more than that if you don't mind it too snug, I stretched it a bit to get to 18, but it could go a bit more. Label reads: None
$ 30.00Fantastic black cloche hat circa 1940s. Semi sheer mesh with the littlest hint of a brim on the sides. Wrapped round with black birdcage dotted veiling, embellished with a wee black velvet ribbon bow in front. Grosgrain ribbon round the inside. No designer label, but there is a size inside. says 23.
$ 62.00 - Sold OutGorgeous 1940s black cord'e bag from Roum. How to describe cord'e? Its kind of like a soutache, I suppose, but specifically it's cord covered with silk or rayon all looped together to create a pattern. There is a metal zipper across the top. Inside is the one main compartment a smaller zippered pocket, a non zippered picket and two narrow pouches for, perhaps a comb or cards. There is a shortish shoulder or arm strap also covered in cord'e. Its just a gorgeous bag. Label treads: Genuine Cord'e, By Roum, Made in California.
$ 32.00Simply beautiful black topper curvette hat circa 1940s. Simple and classy. Black taffeta that curves round the head in various folds and angles, that makes me think of the bow parts of a ribbon Bow, but without the knot in the center. There is velvet ribbon trim on the underside round the base. Measures 9.75" from ear over the head to the other ear, but it seems this is one size fits most. Label reads: None.
$ 25.00 - Sold OutBlack cotton faille handbag circa the 1940s, with double straps and metal zipper closure. The zipper has a little matching black loop on it. This cute little bag is lined in peach satin. There are no extra interior compartments. No label.
$ 30.00Fantastic black tilt hat circa 1940s. Black mesh circular base covered with black fabric and then topped with feathers and birdcage veiling. A little black velvet bow sits right in the very center. Grosgrain ribbon round the inside. No designer label, measures 20.5" round the inner circle, but it seems this is one size fits most as its meant to sit atop the crown.
$ 10.00Sweet hatpin from around the 1940s. Or the head is at least. The shaft may be newer but still quite vintage. I believe this is a pin made from adding an older ornament, that may have been a button or part of a broach to some little rhinestone and silver plated jewelry bits and then soldered onto a newer shaft. Measures just over 4.25" long
$ 26.001940s black mesh hat with darling heart shaped felt hat pin. This little darling comes to a sort of point in the very center and then the front is folded up against itself. There is a wire inside the brim so one can bend this too one's desired shape to an extent. The fabric this is made out of has a sort of sheen to it. Really cute design. There is a grosgrain ribbon band round the inside. Measures 21" round the inside at the grosgrain ribbon. Its crushable so will ship flat.
$ 135.00Beautiful classic vintage black crepe dress from the early 1940s. Simple and elegant style with that classic 1940s shape. So the wonderful design element here is that enormous bow at the hip, finishing off the band around the hips of faille. Its not really either a peplum or polonaise as its part of the actual main body of the dress instead of draping over it, but with that additional little row of loped fringe, it sort of looks like it. I adore the itty bitty little pointed collar, the fantastic looped fringe trim at the sleeve ends and again along the edge of the faille hip panel, and the two tiny pleats, well more like darts, at the center front and back of the skirt. Has a side metal zipper. Label reads: Kay Collier, Designs For Youth Medium to large size, I'd say.
$ 65.00 - Sold OutBeautiful vintage black lace dress circa the 1940s. Wiggle style through the body opening up into a fishtail bottom, with inserts of black sheer silk-like rayon. The neckline is trimmed in ruffled, scalloped lace, the shoulder straps are about 1.5" wide and are lined with sheer mesh for more stability and strength, and there are darts at the bust. There are loops at the waist for a belt, but no belt. I thing a black velvet ribbon tied at the waist as a belt would be beautiful here. No closure, meant to pulled on. Small size, I'd say. Unlined so a slip would be in order unless you're quite a bit braver than I. No label but you can see the remains of where one once was.
$ 96.00 - Sold OutBeautiful vintage black rayon dress from the 1940s. This dress is as amazing in front as in back. There is a Peter pan collar, with smocking underneath that nd again at the waist, and then coffin pleating in between. Beautiful wide fitted waist then a loose pleated skirt. Short sleeves with more pleats in them. Then in back is a fun keyhole opening underneath the metal zipper at the back of the neck. You could stitch that up if you wanted, and indeed it may have been originally. But I like it so much as is so I left it. There is more pleating here in back as well. And to top it all off, this darling little loose buckled half belt! Small to medium size, I'd say. No label.
$ 68.00Beautiful vintage black rayon dress from the 1940s. This dress is as amazing in front as in back. The bodice is a shiny silky fabric that could actually have some silk in it, patterned with large spiral-ey circles. Short sleeves and dramatic shoulder pads. V neck and smocking at the shoulders. The skirt has four tiers separated with large horizontal pintucks. Then in back are fun pleats at the waist in the bodice and interesting panels from the waist getting wider as it goes down. Metal zipper at the side. Small size, I'd say. No label.
$ 39.00Classic black cardigan from the 1940s. Buttons up the front with marbled buttons. Has vertical ribbing across the yoke. Fells like an acrylic to me. No label though the stitching remains show where there was one once. I'd say this is a small to medium size.
$ 99.00This is a stunning dress from the 1940s in black satin. It may be a silk satin, it feels like it to me, but I can't wear to it. Either way its very fine quality material. Has metal zipper on the side. Dolman capped sleeves with substantial shoulder pads. Smocking at the cleavage, and a fantastic bit of peplum in the front. No label. Thread loops for a belt but no belt alas. About a small I'd say.
$ 89.00 - Sold OutThis is a stunning dress from the 1940s, possibly later 30s in black silk velvet. Has metal zipper on the side. Smocking at either shoulder from the collar, and embroidery at the cuffs and the front of the torso in the shape of little flowers. The cutest little rosette made of lace at the left breast. This embroidery gives a slightly quilted feel to these areas. Really sweet. No label. Short puffed sleeve--like a leg-o-mutton but short- small shoulder pads. Probably a small to medium.