MASON-ASHWORTHS VISTA VINTAGE SALT & PEPPERS C. 1945

As collectible objects salt and pepper shakers really only took off with great gusto once salt had been broken down from the rock or crystal form which was originally presented in open salt cellars. [ Tell Me More ]

Antique Tramp Art, Wood Box, Circa 1900-1910

Tramp art is a unique woodworking style that became popularized from 1880-1940. It is characterized by the notch carving and layering or pyramiding of many small pieces of wood for decorating a variety of objects.[ Tell Me More ]

Just in time for Christmas! As a little special treat in the realm of memorabilia, Passion For The Past Antiques And Collectibles has an "in store" new arrival of Corgi, Dinky, Match box and Lesney metal toys. [ Tell Me More ]

Garfield fans and enthusiasts are in for a little treat. Garfield will be greeting you as you window shop at Passion For The Past Antiques.[ Tell Me More ]

United Clock Co., Vintage Electric Wall Clock, C. 1960

Modernism seems to be a terminology that is somewhat loosely used to denote a break-away from traditional thoughts and designs in our society since the beginning of the Arts & Crafts Movement all the way into Mid 20th Century...[ Tell Me More ]

Country music is not only an element of our rich past but ardently transcends itself to present and future generations. [ Tell Me More ]

Staffordshire Stirrup Cup/Toddy Mug, C. 1880-1900

The history of the stirrup cup or toddy mug has a long tradition dating Pre Victorian in the sport of hunting and was given to the rider after the hunt.[ Tell Me More ]

What is Memorabilia? Memorabilia derives itself as a terminology from the Latin word memorable. [ Tell Me More ]

Canadian "Coat-Of-Arms" Emblem, Sugar & Creamer, C. 1960

This Souvenir China was produced as Patriotic China that was made for export to Canada during the Mid Thirties to the Mid Sixties. Many times this china is referred to by the factories of production as Emblem Ware.[ Tell Me More ]

ROYAL BAYREUTH "FOX HUNT" SCENE PORCELAIN PLATES, C. 1900-10

Fox Hunting as a sport has been epitomized as a regal sport all over the world since the early 1500s. The first fox hunt in Norfolk, England was recorded 1534. [ Tell Me More ]

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