Jun 26, 2011

Welcome New Members: Menzo Collection, Mom Walds Place, Whimzies, and Kranzelic

Floral nut dish by James Kent Ltd.
A self-described "crazy Cajun," the owner of Menzo Collection has lived all over--including Germany--but now comes to us from Houston. The shop is a fresh mix of housewares and home decor items, from a needlepoint parrot to Hull Madonna. This sweet little floral nut dish is almost too pretty to use.


Rosenthal Selb-Bavaria soup bowl
Chock full of vintage goodies, Mom Walds Place specializes in dishes, glassware, and pottery. I've chosen this exquisite Rosenthal soup bowl to show you, but at Mom Walds you're just as likely to find stoneware mugs, mid-century plates, or patterned glasses--well researched, beautifully presented.


Antique books from 1891 and 1913
Whimzies offers another type of treasure--supplies and unusual items accumulated in more than 30 years of work as a folk artist. Ephemera, vintage lace, patterns, books, photos, postcards, and unique bits and pieces make for some tasty leftovers.


1980s floral minidress
Another tasty shop, Kranzelic, comes to us from Los Angeles with clothing, shoes, accessories, housewares, and more. They have some wonderful items just right for the season, including this stunning floral minidress from the 1980s.

Welcome to these wonderful shops!

6 comments:

Bevy said...

Thank you so much for highlighting my shop! Better get busy adding some new (old) goodies.
Much appreciated.
Bev
Whimzies

ArtfulVintage said...

Glad to meet these wonderful new members! Welcome!

Laura @ the home repeated said...

What a fabulous surprise! Many thanks for including my shop! (menzocollection a/k/a the home repeated)

The EVT blog and team are the best!

Kathy said...

Thanks for featuring Kranzelic Vintage. I dig the other new shops - good luck you guys :)

nora - treasurehuntvintage said...

WOW! More great shops to peruse....Wish I was millionaire!!!

Just Because said...

I am not a foo foo person but I love Chintz dishes. I just love how much they remind me of fields of wildflowers.