Neatorama Posts Tagged "antiques"
Nineteenth Century Eight-Legged Walking Doll...

An action figure from a horror movie? No. Although it looks freakish without its dress, this antique doll dated to the early Nineteenth Century appeared to walk on two legs when properly clothed. Link -via The Museum of...

https://www.neatorama.com/2013/01/10/Nineteenth-Century-Eight-Legged-Walking-Doll/
Ghostbusting the Creepiest Antiques

Sometimes old objects come with an extensive histo...  ...a certain place, or around a certain object. Some antiques have a profound effect on whoever may own them,...

https://www.neatorama.com/2012/10/26/Ghostbusting-the-Creepiest-Antiques/
Baby’s First Butcher Shop...

In Victorian times, a toy like this detailed butcher shop from 1840 wouldn't be all that unusual. It's just one of several such butcher shops, dollhouses, and other adult scenes that were common playthings for childr...

https://www.neatorama.com/2012/08/03/babys-first-butcher-shop/
Bizarro Beauty Products...

Ah, the things we endure to be beautiful! This perm machine from 1934 looks as if it belongs in a science-fiction story, but it was actually installed in some beauty salons. This is just one of a collection of strang...

https://www.neatorama.com/2012/07/24/bizarro-beauty-products/
This Is My Home...

(vimeo link) The filmmaker who just goes by the name Mark wandered into an interesting storefront in Manhattan thinking it was an antique shop. It was not. It was this guy's home. It was so interesting that he filmed...

https://www.neatorama.com/2012/02/21/this-is-my-home/
Who Killed American Kitsch?...

After World War II, collecting whimsical ceramic dishes, accessories, and figurines became very popular in the U.S. -and for a while they were all made in America. Some designers became more popular than others, and thei...

https://www.neatorama.com/2012/02/15/who-killed-american-kitsch/
Ryan Matthew Cohn's Creepy Antiques

Ryan Matthew Cohn is an artist, antique collec...  ...ector, blogger, and a buyer for the store Obscura Antiques and Oddities in New York City. He makes art objec...

https://www.neatorama.com/2011/10/31/ryan-matthew-cohns-creepy-antiques/
Scopitone: the Visual Jukebox of the '60s...

In the 1960s, music videos were shown in coin-operated machines from a French company called Scopitone. Strange and somewhat exotic visuals were added to pop songs to draw viewers to the machines, which were introduced t...

https://www.neatorama.com/2011/09/23/scopitone-the-visual-jukebox-of-the-60s/
10 Cool Objects Made From Uranium Glass...

Uranium glass isn't radioactive enough to be dangerous, but it still has the unique ability to glow under the black light. WebEcoist has a fascinating article showing a variety of uranium glass creations for your vie...

https://www.neatorama.com/2011/09/07/10-cool-objects-made-from-uranium-glass/
Man Discovers That The Old Cup That He's Been Using as a Plinking Target Is Worth $99,000...

When he was a boy, John Weber, 70, was given an old cup by his grandfather. He assumed that it was just a worthless piece of brass and occasionally used it for target practice with his air rifle. Eventually, Weber deci...

https://www.neatorama.com/2011/04/11/man-discovers-that-the-old-cup-that-hes-been-using-as-a-plinking-target-is-worth-99000/
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