Auction Sneak Peaks

Here are the gorgeous and fabulous vintage clothing and accessories from my personal collection that I'm going to be auctioning on eBay soon. Click on the photos to enlarge them. My auctions will be open to bidders worldwide and you will find them at favouritevintagefinds. See my eBay feedback here.

My auctions will begin next Sunday night, November 6, and the dresses above will be up for auction then. Five dresses are by Gunne Sax and one is Gunne Sax style. From the 70's, the dresses are Renaissance and Victorian inspired. They are all oh so romantic! More photos and details of the dresses next week...

These 70's maxi skirts, plus the 50's/60's and 40's/50's bags and the 50's scarf below will be up for auction on eBay on Sunday night, November 13. The yellow skirt is by Lilly Pulitzer. The bags are needlepoint bags. One bag features needlepoint work and beading. The scarf is silk. More photos and details of these items the week after next...

Happy rest of the week all! See you next week! :).

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Destash Time!

This week I decided it's time to destash some of my vintage fashion treasures. I've been sorting through my vintage clothing and accessories and have been working out what I'm going to part with and auction on eBay.

Next week I'll give you sneak peeks of the fabulous and gorgeous one-of-a-kind treasures I'm going to be auctioning soon.

The doll in the photo above is one of my favourite movie stars, Jane Powell. Click on the photo to enlarge it. I purchased the 50's photo from someone who inherited a lot of vintage photos and memorabilia from a relative who was employed by Metro Goldwyn Meyer as a cinematographer. Typed on the back of the photo is "MGM's Jane Powell goes on shopping spree during her Las Vegas, Nevada appearance."

Hope everyone is having a great week! See you next week! :)

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First Lady

Purchased at a cent sale for 10 cents when I was 5 years old, this lovely porcelain lady was the first vintage thing I ever purchased! I purchased her as a gift for my Mum and she is one of Mum's favourite things.

This lady is a mystery lady. Her maker is unknown and she has remained nameless until recently. I was taking these photos of her the other day at my parents place and was thinking about a suitable name for her. Among a few other names the name Dorie came to mind. When I looked up the name Dorie I found out that it can be short for Eudora which means "good gift". How perfect! So Eudora is her name now!

Happy rest of the week everyone! See you next week! :)

Linking up with Very Merry Vintage Style for Share the Love Wednesday and Coloradolady for Vintage Thingie Thursday.

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