Lucite Purses
What's New? Lucite & Seeded Purses!
All Purses Starting at $75
Lucite began to be mass produced and especially popular in the 1940s and 50s, with some companies even recycling old WWII plane parts to create fun handbags, shoes, jewelry, etc. Although we don't consider plastic to be a high-quality material these days, the lucite products were well made and functioned as little works of art to incorporate into every day life.  Early products were even handcrafted, before they developed machinery to create them. 
Lucite bags come in nearly any shade including green, pink, blue, turquoise, clear and red, with red being the rarest and most expensive collector item.  They may also have glitter, confetti, flowers, fabric, or other items put into the plastic as well.  There ar e as many varieties of lucite bags as one could ever want! A plus of a plastic bag is the huge number of shape options.  Lucite purses can come in trapezoidal, rectangular, round, beehive, and cylindrical shapes, along with many others.  They are often held together with brass fittings and decorations.
We are a little late, but we have PLATES
Plates by Rosenthal Weihnachsteller in Glass circa 1978 designer Bjorn Wiinblad
Plates $125 each
Bjørn Wiinblad   (20 September 1918 - 8 June 2006) was a Danish painter, designer and artist   in  ceramics , silver, bronze, textiles, and graphics.  Characteristics of Wiinblad's work include whimsical round-faced people, dressed in vaguely 19th-century costume. They are often surrounded by natural elements: twining vines, floral wreaths, and fantastical trees. His colors are saturated and strong-sometimes almost psychedelic-and are often supplemented with metallic gold or silver. Wiinblad was an important designer for the Rosenthal  porcelain  company. 
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