Dating made china labels the volunteer dating game
Can anyone recommend some resources where I can find information on identifying vintage pieces?
I make the rounds at our local Salvation Army Thrift Store, Goodwill, estate/garage sales and several locally owed thrift stores on a weekly basis.
;-) Yes, that picture above is the mecca of all thrifting meccas …
the GOODWILL OUTLET in Queens, New York, where finding a fabulous piece takes some serious digging and a critical eye to separate the treasure from the trash.
Defining what true “treasure” is remains up to you — whether it’s finding a one-of-a-kind dress for a fraction of the cost, revealing a rack full of never-before-worn samples from your favorite contemporary brand or my favorite, spotting priceless vintage hidden between the hangers — every thrift store experience presents boundless opportunity and discovery.
Valorie Huston, an Ebay seller and follower of Sammy Davis Vintage, recently asked the following question on the fan page.
It argues that Israel is being singled out unfairly and that labelling will pave the way for the boycotting of all Israeli goods.
The Silk Road not only served as a major trade route between India and China, but is also credited for facilitating the spread of Buddhism from India to East Asia.