Here at The Vintage Vault we have a large collection of antique glass fishing floats available for purchase. Our most commonly asked question is, "Hey what can I do with these?".
Well, there is a ton of great ideas that you can do to create something beautiful using antique glass fishing floats...Here are just a few pictures of ways to use fishing floats as wonderful decor in your home or office! There is endless possibilties!!!
National Geographic, formerly the National Geographic Magazine, is the official magazine of the National Geographic Society. It has been published continuously since its first issue in 1888, nine months after the Society itself was founded. It primarily contains articles about science, geography, history, and world culture. The magazine is known for its thick square-bound glossy format with a yellow rectangular border and its extensive use of dramatic photographs.
Now, the magazine is published monthly, and additional map supplements are also included with subscrip...
His Master's Voice (HMV) is a famous trademark in the recording industry and was the unofficial name of a major British record label. The phrase was coined in the 1890s as the title of a painting of a terrier mix dog named Nipper, listening to a wind-up disc gramophone. In the original painting, the dog was listening to a cylinder phonograph. In the 1970s, the statue of the dog and gramophone, His Master's Voice, were cloaked in bronze and was awarded by the record company to artists or music producers or composers as a music award and often only after selling more tha...
The first ever Pasadena Rose Parade was held by members of Pasadena's Valley Hunt Club in 1890. Since then the parade has been held in Pasadena every New Year's Day, except when January 1 falls on a Sunday. In that case, it is held on the subsequent Monday, January 2. Now, with the growing popularity in such an event, the Tournament of Roses (Rose Parade) requires about 80,000 hours of combined manpower each year. That manpower is supplied by 935 members of the non-profit Tournament of Roses Association, a volunteer organization dedicated...
Here at The Vintage Vault we have SIGNED VON HOT ROD HOT WHEELS!!!
We had the pleasure of meeting Von Hot Rod himself!!! He just came into town and just so happened to stumble into The Vintage vault! He said I qoute, "This is the most of my cars I've seen in one place!". He was aslo so kind enough to sign a few of the cars we have in store! In total, we have 6 signed cars, for purchase of course! There's always something cool happening here at The Vintage Vault!!!
A little less than two months ago The Vintage Vault recieved a special visit from Dr. Grigoryan, of what is now Imaging Dentistry of Upland. His mission was easy, and our determination to help him was easier!
Dr. Grigoryan came to the Vault in search of very unique items to decorate his new dental office with.
It wasn't hard at all to find such great pieces here at the Vault to do so! We are proud to say that Dr. Grigoryan left very pleased with the items he had found here to really give his dental office that unique and professional look! Here are just a few...
Etched glass was developed in the mid-1800s. Acid-etched glass, also known as 'French Embossing' became popular for its ability to shield patrons in drinking establishments from view while letting in natural light. Victorian and Edwardian homes quickly adopted the look, and today, etched designs appear on windows, mirrors, and even glassware. As the chemicals needed to achieve this frosted effect have become less toxic, etching glass has turned into an ideal project for all "Do it Yourself-ers" looking to personalize their homes!
Lladró is a Spanish pocelain figurine brand founded by three brothers; Juan, Jose, and Vicente Lladró.
The three brothers started creating items such as vases and jugs, and it wasn't until 1956 when they started producing pocelain figures, that they gained their popularity and established their name.
Everything they made was manufactured in their only factory in the world located in the village of Almàssera near Valencia.