Spotted for sale at Antiques On Broadway, this incredible five piece set of Western leather furniture with wagon wheel spoke accents.
The five piece ensemble includes couch, chair, glass-covered cocktail table, and two small side tables; priced at $1600.
A vintage party dress, circa 1950s — with the typical New Look fashionable full skirt, in a fabulous old west novelty print, complete with cowboys and bucking broncs.
I love Sugar Pops, so I was tempted to buy this glass when I spotted it at a local thrift shoppe; maybe I should have because I don’t see this glass mug or anything similar in Sugar Pops stuff at eBay.
If this vintage cow girl costume doesn’t make you wanna play dress up (for Halloween or otherwise), I doubt little will.
I’m pretty sure there will be witnesses who remember her committing this train robbery.
Great for rounding up cattle — and pugs.
Now that I’ve sold you on how practical this is, let’s get down to some facts… It’s said to be a 1950s burlesque costume — though with the Marie’s Custom Uniforms label maybe it was an equally cool, in my opinion, diner waitress uniform. The gun holster is from the 70s and the pistol a new prop.
Now that you’re packin’ heat, may I interest you in a duel with a pistol blow dryer?
That’s Richard Shufflebottom throwing knives at his grandson Garry at a Yorkshire fairground. If Garry’s mom, Florence, seems too happy to watch, it’s because Richard’s her father; so heaven only knows what her childhood was like. (Photo via National Fairground Archive.)
A vintage children’s hanky with clowns, monkeys, cowboys, elephants, strong men and other circus attractions.
See past “snot funny” posts.