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Called Ramona Morningbird by her affectionate hippie parents, vintage treasure-hunter Hopi Wickson didn’t suspect that one day her name would come to herald her passion. Each morning, she escapes her house at the golden pre-dawn hour to hunt for vintage finds, seeking out quirky function and beautiful utility. Thrilled by the practical and courted by the eclectic, her idiosyncratic taste is reflected in this diverse collection of objects and accents.
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Jointed ruler by Stanley. Total length when unfolded 72”. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of age.
L 7.50” W 0.50” H 2”
In 1913, William Stanley, Jr. invented a vacuum-sealed bottle made entirely of steel. It entered mass production in 1915, and by WWII the vessel was a staple aboard military aircraft. Bought by Seattle-based PMI in 2002, Stanley is embraced by the outdoor industry for a legacy of strength and durability. William Stanley is now in the National Inventors Hall of Fame.