Vintage on J Street
Vintage on J Street is an antique booth offering mid century cookbooks, ceramics, art glass and decor
Vintage glass & rattan table, $45.
Vintage mustard yellow fondue pot in fantastic condition! Come see it at Bo’s Local Finds.
I have in my booth one pair of large Asian style covered basket lamps. These lamps are large and make quite a statement. 80’s vintage. $129 for the pair.
A Sears catalog ad from the 1950s for Shiny Brite ornaments. The Shiny Brite story begins after World War I with Max Eckardt, a German born in 1890.
"Though Eckardt was from Oberlind, Germany—just 20 miles away from Lauscha, a hub for glass ornament makers—he first trained in the toy industry. In 1926, though, he officially entered the ornament business with his brother, Ersnt, opening a factory in Oberlind, where his relatives and employees hand-decorated the glass balls. His company also had an office in New York City at 1107 Broadway, which later became part of the International Toy Center. Max emigrated to NYC in the late 1920s.
With another war on the horizon, Eckardt feared the United States’ supply of German glass ornaments would be compromised, compelling him to found, in 1937, the Shiny Brite Company. The inspiration for the name is obvious: The insides of the ornaments were coated with silver nitrate so they would stay shiny, season after season.
To keep his company afloat, Eckardt sought the help of New York’s Corning Glass Company in 1937—with the promise that Woolworth’s would place a large order if Corning could modify its glass ribbon machine, which made light bulbs, to produce ornaments. The machine switchover was a success—molten glass was shaped into balls with the help of compressed air—and Woolworth’s ordered more than 235,000 ornaments; in December 1939, the first machine-made batch was shipped to Woolworth’s Five-and-Ten-Cent Stores, where they sold for two to ten cents apiece."
Company’s coming and you need an ice bucket. Find it at Trader Bo’s.
I am selling quilts from India, hand stitched of vintage kanthas. Each one consists of front and back panels, each one unique. These are large throw size, and can also fit a twin bed. Measures 55 by 85 inches.
It’s baking season, guys! Starch that apron and head to my booth at Trader Bo’s for recipe inspiration from these classic cookbooks.
Set a shimmery table this year! Come shop vintage glassware in my booth at Trader Bo’s. 🥂
It’s fondue time, y’all. Come find it in my booth at Trader Bo’s.
I’ve got some great new items at Trader Bo’s! Come shop in air conditioned comfort.
It’s hot. You need an ice bucket.
Find it at Trader Bo’s. Stay cool, y’all.
For your summer entertaining - red and green coral design platters. I also have a great new batch of cookbooks on grilling and summer parties. Find it at Trader Bo’s.
For the Pyrex fans on my page. Interesting, I have several pieces of the Spring Blossom Green. Never knew they originated from my birth year!
Folding Hitchcock tables- two available. $45 each.
Mexican blown glass pitcher and 8 tumblers. Find it at Trader Bo’s!
I have teapots. Come see at Trader Bo's.
Vintage Kemp & Beatley wicker placemat and coaster set, new in box. See it at Trader Bo’s.
For the cook and historian on your list: Bayou Cuisine, 1975, over 400 pages. This book divides the region’s dishes into chapters on Indian, Spanish, French, influences. There is also an antebellum, as well as a postbellum, chapter.
Come and get it, before I decide to keep it.
$7.50, at Trader Bo’s
11-piece vintage Japanese tea set - teapot, sugar, creamer, and 8 cups. $40 at Trader Bo's!
Hello friends...I am sharing a recipe with you from my own personal trove. My best friend's mom Carole used to make this cake (which she got from her husband's aunts) every Thanksgiving and Christmas. It's the best I've ever had and it's ruined all other red velvets for me! I miss Carole dearly and think of her every time I make this. I hope you try it and I hope you love it!
The 1973 Southern Living Party Book. Because we all need more aspic in our diets.
Find it in my booth at Trader Bo’s.
Check out my new selection of vintage cookbooks at Trader Bo’s. All $5-$10
You need a chip ‘n’ dip. I have a chip ‘n’ dip. Come visit my booth at Trader Bo’s!
Sharing a recipe from the Cookie Cookbook for filled butter cookies. I’ve made these and recommended filling with apricot or raspberry preserves.
This 1965 book includes over 400 recipes and can be found in my booth at Trader Bo’s.
Early 1970's Italian made decanter set.
Introducing Vintage on J Street, located at Trader Bo's on N. 9th Avenue. Please check out my booth, and check out Trader Jo's! It's a truly unique place, with a blend of art and antiques. It's a great place to do some holiday shopping!
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7201 N 9th Avenue Suite A1
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