I just adore vintage porcelain glove molds. I’ve been rescuing them and selling them for years. My earliest rescue was a defunct glove mold plant down in South Carolina. It was sad to see some of the porcelain molds still attached to the original rusty dipper machine. They would dip them in a vat of plastic to make latex gloves. For me, it was a piece of American industrialism of a bygone era. Today I’m offering the silver painted glove mold, by Hall China Company Style No 9100. This is older and vintage but has been painted with silver-aluminum drippy glaze paint. This is unique for two reasons, it will appeal to the salvage shabby lover or the Hall China Collector!
This mold stands 15″ tall and is 5″ across the fingers making it quite the statue for your home! I have the original ones without paint in my shop for $39.95 but this one is on sale! This painted and shows some slight imperfections such as runs, drips, or scrapes. It was used a prop it is on sale for $28.00 plus $9.95 shipping in the states.
For the Vintage traveler here is an awesome piece of luggage you need for your next scheduled vacation. A great piece of luggage dated back to the 1960’s is still in Great shape. It is made of a plaid tweedy. This suitcase can fit all your belongings in it. It has plenty of space for your heavier winter clothes. No trips planned? Get ready for next spring it’ll be here before you know it. You can find this on and much more at Retro Chalet on Etsy.
Quite possibly from the 1930s is a vintage cardboard Mills Brothers Circus Sign, known for traveling all over the USA in the 40s and 50s. Little is known about them prior to the 1943 era due to the lack of information out there. This sign is a cardboard stand up and super cool find! Elephant and super rare!