A collaged, hand-painted, hand-lettered vintage auction house sign rescued from an abandoned warehouse in Cincinnati, Ohio by Scott Williams. Also, a rescued dog dubbed Ernie, (also by Williams). Sign will be for sale at the S.S. Sale.
These are a few of her favorite things…
Meet Jacey. She’s a frequent Opal Stackhouse shopper, and she’s real cool. The girl’s got a keen eye, and I’m gonna go ahead and share with you the things she’s coveting in the shop at the moment. If for some reason you owe her a present…These are her top picks. She doesn’t know I’m writing this right now and revealing her faves to the internet. Hope you’re not mad Jacey!
Her number one favorite thing: Party in a BOX. All you need for a picnic, (including a dog bowl) fits compactly together. $25
Number two: Terrier serving tray. $15
Number three: Handsome navy mug. $8
Number four: Charming yellow dish. $12
Number five: Prison cards (1938) $10 for 2.
Number six: Pickle pin. (Truth be told…she just bought this)
Number seven: Turkey leg. Made by Michelle Maguire. $10 each
Number eight: Paper tape. (not really for sale)
Number nine: coasters. Made by Scott Williams http://nvy.gd/HTxjZL
Number ten: Flash bulb art piece: Made by Aaron Klamut. $345
Contemporary Coffee Table Art made by Scott Williams. Set of six: $88
Beautiful and functional art for your tabletop. Reclaimed from an original piece of vintage signage that has been laminated to a chunk of 3/8” thick wood and backed by felt. The glossy wet look of these pieces really makes the color pop and seals in the design goodness; providing a waterproof surface. Stay tuned… more of these typography, sign, and found art based coaster compositions are due to arrive this spring at Opal Stackhouse.