Weekly Six: 5.27

Before we open our doors for the week, check out our top six vintage picks. We constantly update our inventory, and we want to keep you in the loop of the new things coming in! So, without further adieu, we bring you:

1: This bust is old, and still in near perfect condition! From this Native American's wise eyes to his intricate braids to his lighter-than-concrete pendant, the incredible detail just astounds us. And if that isn't enough, he has an eagle on his head.

2: This pendant light must have been a fly on the wall to so many circumstances--if lights could talk! Know your secrets are safe with it, and it's a very good listener. Hang at whim.

3: Dress with a pair of gladiators for the weekend off and then dress up with something heelier for a wedding next weekend. We love the soft pink and intricate embroidery on this sweet summer staple.

4: Ever met a resident of Four Corners Country? Neither have we, but we did find this vintage license plate from there. What animal would you guess is on it? We're stumped.

5: We got something out of Dodge, this super lightweight car grill. Easy to hang, it can go just about anywhere--where would you put it?

6: Bold, bright and independent, this chair was hard to nail down! Pair with your soft hued or tonal reading room--it looks great surrounded by books, plants, and records.

Journal: High Noon in AZ

My Love Affair with the West
For a few days,  
I get to rub elbows with the cowboys, 
talk with the traders,
and consume things from days past, 
when the West was a bit younger...

The High Noon Western Americana show
The people that come here range anywhere from the high rollers to industry folks to designers and back to average folk, who like to play make-believe for just a few hours. They come dressed to the nines in period costume, western wear or classic jeans and tennies.
Some of our favorites are Barry Friedmans-Indian trade blankets, Mark Winters-historic trading post rugs, amazing jewelry, boots, leathers and baskets...
I could talk forever about these peoples' passions and what I learned. I won't at this time, just ask me sometime when you have a few, I'd love to share!