"The faces were bought at craft stores. They were made at homes in the 80's My Niece made them for gifts and sold some. Some had feathers and old broken jewelry. The material comes in strips and when heated in hot water you can mold…"
I have a brooch with a beautiful lady. Her face seems to be porcelain. Her scarf is a multi colored of maybe plastic. Not really sure, not metal or wood. Face looks to be hand painted, She is just over 2.5" high. Straight pin with closure. She looks if I dropped her she would shatter. Era unknown. No marks.…See More
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At yard sales I loved looking for items that would spark a forgotten memory.
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Thank you for joining the group "All Things Primitive"....I've started off the discussion by asking members to post one of their wooden primitives. Your participation will be greatly appreciated. Deanna/Vintage Touch
Thank you Brenie for your recent email. I have checked their web site once before and gave up. Thanks for reminding me about the site, because they had a tea set that was close in style and four years older than my set. Hopefully one day with a little luck , I will find out more about my set. Thanks again.