Posts Tagged: vintage

Youse Vintage Stationery Haul

I did a post about Youse when they first launched at the beginning of this year. They have a selection of new, vintage and original stationery, as well as art prints. Basically, it’s a very cool site and you should check it out. I hadn’t actually bought anything from there until a few weeks ago… Read more »

An old pen I’m not sure what to do with…

On a drive back from Shropshire this weekend, we ended up stopping off at a little village for lunch. The village were having a summer fair and there were stalls of bits and bobs all out in the street. We were in a bit of a hurry but I just had time to find this… Read more »

Review: Huckleberry Woodchuck Bullet Pencil

I’m definitely not the first stationery blogger to talk about Huckleberry Woodchuck’s bullet pencils, but now that I have final got my hands on one, I couldn’t not share it. It came all wrapped up like a present, so extra brownie points from me already: And the message: “enjoy a small piece of US history”… Read more »

A Proper Pencil Sharpener

Yet ANOTHER birthday present I’m afraid (I might even have one more to post about…), this time from my boyfriend, Harry. He got me a Boston 200 desktop sharpener from the 70s. It’s not the prettiest of items, but there’s something I really like about it. It’s totally just made to be fit for purpose,… Read more »

1940s Parsons Desk Calendar

It was my birthday on Friday, and a few of my lovely friends went down the same route with presents and I ended up with several amazing vintage stationery pieces. I wanted to share these items with you, and I’m starting with this Parsons Desk Calendar which Ashley bought me. Here it is in all… Read more »

Williamsburg Flea Market

Last NYC post for a while I promise!! But before I shut up about my trip, I just wanted to share my  visit to the Williamsburg Flea Market. On our last day we got the subway over to Brooklyn, specifically Williamsburg, and wandered around the shops, before having brunch cocktails at The Bedford, and tipsily… Read more »