Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Jules Cheret Print, "GLEE" Style Sweater Clip & More... Just Listed

Despite my recent (possible) gallbladder issues, I am still up and running at full speed. Tomorrow I go in for an ultrasound to see if there is anything going on in there.

Let's hope all goes well!

In the meantime, I've just listed a dozen "new" goodies to the site... check 'em out!


Jules Cheret print from a series.... this one is Palais de Glace.
I love it, of course!


These have become popular thanks to Emma Pillsbury on tv's "GLEE."
I have a special tie to this one. It was my Grandmother's!
How can I be selling it?
I want someone who wears vintage to really enjoy it.


Victorian china makes such a sweet statement.


These vintage placemats caught my eye... pink with an art deco feel ... literally!
The floral detail is raised velvet in black.
Think Hollywood Glam!


Two sweet children's Christmas books... the Story of Jesus has the loveliest old
color graphics. I believe it is from the turn of the century.
The other book, "Let's Keep Christmas" is from the early 50's.
Great for decorating table tops during the holidays!






Vintage plaid, metal picnic basket.
It's summer. What's not to love?





Two cute red mantle books.
I call them this because that's where I place them!



An old "Gail Borden Eagle Brand" ad card for the NY Condensed Milk Co.
Just look at those babies! They look mighty hungry.


Monday's Child nursery rhyme done in a "folk art" Pennsylvania Dutch style
I've always loved this saying... I was born on a Monday!


Vintatage 1930's copy of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte



London Tower Bridge signed print.
Krisarts, Paris. Made in France


20 different packs of assorted vintage ribbons, etc
All can be found in the JUST LISTED category on BellaRosaAntiques.com





PS. I just tried to send an email to my subscribers but my VERIZON email program froze up just as I hit SEND! Hopefully I can get a free moment in the morning before I go have my test.

6 comments:

Nancy said...

Jillian, those are just beautiful offerings. So glad you like the items. I wish I could convey the quality via the internet better.

Our move may take until Thanksgiving (right, what's up with that?) so I am starting to list items on eBay where I think I will get more exposure. I'm a bit slow on this, but I do have about 5000 to sell. Yikes!!! Lots of 99 cent items there, too. Feel free to pass on the savings that will be updated daily.

MJ said...

Hope you are feeling better soon! I noted you posted yesterday so I suspect you may have some news today.

Your grandmother's tie is wonderful! I pondered how to wear it as I suspect collars are somehow involved? Funny how generations will quickly lose an understanding of customs of older generations!

I also admired the Victorian tea pot and other wares. You do have an eye for good treats!

Natasha Burns said...

I hope everything went well with your ultrasound, fingers are crossed.

Your new goodies are lovely, as always!

Ms.Daisy said...

Jillian,
Love your new offerings - they look quite elegant, as always!


Love,
Ms.Daisy Mau

The Rose Room said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I want everything! Rachaelxo

dana said...

Hi Jillian!! I hope all is well with you!! Oh, and I LOVE that picnic basket!! L, Dana