Re: [h-cost] Craftsman decorating

2016-03-25 Thread Brenda Bell
From: Marjorie Wilser <the3t...@gmail.com> To: Historical Costume <h-cost...@indra.com> Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2016 19:19:38 -0700 Reply-To: Historical Costume <h-costume@mail.indra.com> Subject: Re: [h-cost] Craftsman decorating They also liked hammered copper— did you note the

Re: [h-cost] Craftsman decorating

2016-03-24 Thread Marjorie Wilser
They also liked hammered copper— did you note the glasses underneath the ones linked? ==Marjorie Wilser > On Mar 24, 2016, at 5:19 PM, Lavolta Press wrote: > > The furniture mass-produced by Stickley and his imitators was extremely > popular, as were all those prefab

Re: [h-cost] Craftsman decorating

2016-03-24 Thread Lavolta Press
The furniture mass-produced by Stickley and his imitators was extremely popular, as were all those prefab bungalow houses from Sears, etc., and the premade room dividers and other built-ins you could buy to put in them. Thanks but I forgot to say, clear glasses. Best, Fran On 3/24/2016 4:56

Re: [h-cost] Craftsman decorating

2016-03-24 Thread Sharon Collier
The arts and crafts movement shunned mass produced items. So, how about something like this: http://www.worldmarket.com/product/carats+barware.do?=fn -Original Message- From: h-costume-boun...@indra.com [mailto:h-costume-boun...@indra.com] On Behalf Of Lavolta Press Sent: Thursday, March