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It takes a magic touch to sift through yard sales and thrift stores to uncover items with nostalgic appeal. As the co-directors of Take 2 Vintage, Robyn Witt and Joe Moore take over that task for you. Under their expertise, forgotten vintage housewares are invited to shine in the spotlight. As you browse through this sale, you’ll encounter specimens from a wild variety of backgrounds: a Secretarial diploma, a carpenter’s tool chest, a 1920s encyclopedia, and more. Each piece entices you to step into thrilling new roles and time periods. The rest is up to your imagination.
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Haeger Potteries was founded in 1871, the same year as the Great Chicago Fire. The company helped produce millions of bricks to rebuild after the fire, and then transitioned from brickmaking to artware in the early 1900s. This Haeger ceramic planter features an elegant scalloped edge, and is stamped with “Haeger #302.” Use it to hold your keepsakes or show off your green thumb. This gently used vintage product is in good condition.