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Monday, June 4, 2012

Your thoughts please


Set of 2 vintage paintbrushes, $145.
One Kings Lane Vintage & Market Finds.

(My eternal devotion to Joan Bonzon for forwarding this gem!!)

20 comments:

brismod said...

That's just wrong. Even if they were owned by the Queen - it's still wrong!

Jill said...

I''m RICH!!! I have at least a dozen of these gems and I make more all the time.

5th and State said...

there's a sucker every day

Petra Voegtle said...

Oh my goodness - I have a treasure in my studio - anyone want some more???? I could even goldplate the stand - lol!!!

This is soooo ridiculous!

jtc said...

SRSLY WTF

jtc said...

SRSLY WTF

Interior Design Musings said...

Who comes up with this stuff?! Lol. M

An Urban Cottage said...

It's slightly better than the seven "Vintage Rocks" (that I recently saw for about the same price.

Kate said...

wow, I have a gold mine of filthy brushes on my work table! yippee!

The Down East Dilettante said...

Remind me to tell you about the time that Andrew Wyeth's granddaughter and I were the semi-'celebrity' auctioneers at a charity auction and a couple of Andrew Wyeth's used paint brushes were put up for auction...

Sometimes, the emperor is just naked.

David said...

What more, my well-loved and well-used paint brushes are far more attractive than these.

Sheila said...

They are a great deal! They are on sale now, the original price was $250. Ha

Chris said...

I have a whole cabinet in my garage full of objets d'art. Who knew?

chanda said...

all these years of cleaning my brushes... boy do i feel dumb.

Amber B. said...

Does everyone realize OKL is a rip-off yet?!?

Raina Cox said...

Amber B. - I think we're getting there.

maison21 said...

ever the contrarian, i'd like to point out that they *did* mount them and turn them into objects d'art, not just merely paintbrushes laying on a table.

still, probably not my taste, though i can name 5 people off the top of my head who would go gaga for them.

;-)

Margaret said...

*Priceless* particularly if they were used to create new, and improved, INDUSTRIAL shabby, painted the word, "Paris" on anything white, or used by a, junker/hoarder/gypsy/queen/princess/dumpster diva/re-purposer/mommy/designer/vintage lover/industrial chic tech/unique chic queen/farmer/faux French person/dreamer/fairy/gnome/. m21, how about if they were orange lacquer objects?

Decor Data | Ann D. said...

There's a sucker born every minute.

SHERRY HART said...

If you are shopping on OKL...then you deserve to buy these....really....cause they are retail...plus.