An antique brass cigar cutter with a face that perhaps expresses the horrors of smoking?
This beautifully bizarre art deco brass cigar cutter measures approximately 3 x 1-3/4 inches. How it works is by inserting the cigr tip into the open mouth of the bat-eared gargoyle-esque man, push his chin down, and a small blade cuts the tip off. The back slides open to remove the tips. Circa 1920s or 30s.
This week’s Modern Woman Monday is another gem from the February, 1961 issue of Magic Circle; this time not only helping we womenfolk understand proper workplace etiquette, but assisting with the naughty secretary myth. What a lovely pair.
Office procedure is sure to be disrupted if the boss permits such goings-on as this around his place of business. One of the first things a secretary learns is to keep her feet off the desk. The cutie shown here is Angie Dickinson, who isn’t likely to get fired.
A set of four cocktail glasses with red flamingos wading in pools of gold.
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We still recognize you.
Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow at Truman Capote’s Ball, New York, 1966; photo by Harry Benson.