Vintage Flower Watercolors

We are total suckers for vintage flower watercolors and prints. In fact, any picture with flowers from the time when women painted and embroidered all the time, interest us. There are always many flower pictures at Hide and Seek- oil paintings from Europe all the way to the mid century mom’s personal piece of art. Very well done, or kitch- we like it...

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American Underwood Typewriter

Ahh! The 1930’s American made Underwood Typewriter. This lovely piece has a wonderful classic and classy look that gives it a warm, intelligent and intellectual vibe. Can’t beat it for making a library or desk feel authentic. Typing...

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1950’s Copenhagen Table!

This wonderful table was created by Lane in the early 1950’s in the Danish Style. It has a wonderful look and is a great size to fit along an entryway hall as well as most any other room. If you have a 7 foot modern style sofa it is just the thing for a coffee table! We love having it in the store. Put a collection of mid century barware or some Hollywood Regency lamps and this table and you have a...

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Antique French Silver!

I love the heavy feel of these beautiful Parisian pieces. Over sized, they make wonderful serving pieces as well as an elegant soup spoon or dinner fork. Also, we have in some beautiful bakelite and sterling pickle forks and spreaders. Create a beautiful table-scape with some French...

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Valentine’s Ideas

Vintage French Books have such a beautiful patina. They look gorgeous tied in twine sitting on a shelf! And for more Valentine ideas- Handmade with love, vintage throw blanket keeps your loved one warm on the couch, in the car, or at the game. So...

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The Legendary Ultra-Portable Adler Tippa!

Restored, and in very good working condition ( thoroughly cleaned, tested, adjusted, lubricated where needed, waxed and polished) and comes with a new black ribbon installed! The Tippa typewriters have an extraordinary long-lasting history. Originally created in 1950 by German Company Gossen to be the “office in a briefcase”, the elegant slim typewriter soon became very successful. By the mid 50’s Gossen updated their design to something more stylish with gull-winged ribbon covers and an extended base. The type- writer was by then being sold with a robust and equally stylish case with stationery compartments, called the “necessarie”. In 1956, Gossen sold the Tippa license to Adler. The next few years Adler re-branded the...

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