BarkingSandsVintage

Vintage - Mid-Century Modern - 19th and 20th C. Design

North Carolina, United States · 2441 Sales

BarkingSandsVintage

Vintage - Mid-Century Modern - 19th and 20th C. Design

North Carolina, United States 2441 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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BarkingSandsVintage is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner I'm taking a little time off to move to NYC and get settled. If you're looking for something special, let me know! I should re-open in a few weeks.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on May 27, 2016

I'm taking a little time off to move to NYC and get settled. If you're looking for something special, let me know! I should re-open in a few weeks.

Jeni Sandberg

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Jeni Sandberg

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MBlazeHarrison

MBlazeHarrison on May 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Thank you very much!! I adore the candleholders!! As always, it was a perfect transaction!! My item was packaged securely and shipped quickly. Looking forward to visiting your shop in the future for new treasures. :)

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Sale ends tonight--Sunday, May 22! Be sure to check out the 50% off section--you can take an additional 30% of those items, too!

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I'm having a sale! Take 30% off your purchase, even things I've already marked down. Just use code MOVING30 at checkout, good through May 22.
Hawai'ian floral dinnerware in the 'Lei Lani' and 'Ecstasy' patterns, designed by Don Blanding for Vernon Kilns in the late 1930s.
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About

Vintage - Mid-Century Modern - 20th Century Design

I've been around art and antiques all my life and have been lucky enough to make a career of it, working first in museums and auction houses and now independently.

During my time as a specialist in 20th century design at Christie's, I sold objects worth many thousands, even millions of dollars each. I still advise clients on purchases at that level, but I firmly believe that beautiful vintage objects for your home can be had at any price point. There are plenty of options out there to suit every taste and budget and Etsy is a fun way to share some of the pieces I find in my travels.

My own taste tends to be pretty eclectic--I like everything from traditional 18th-century pieces and Aesthetic Movement design to mid-century modern and kitschy pieces from the 1960s and '70s. I have a long-time addiction to textiles. I'm selective about the objects I offer and am picky about their condition.

I have a good life. I get to select the projects I work on, travel as I wish and deal with beautiful objects all day. I especially like working with decorators and stylists to find just the right piece for homes, movies and photo shoots and have had numerous items featured in magazines, TV shows and films.

I'm also an appraiser on WGBH's Antiques Roadshow:
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/roadshow/appraisers/jeni-sandberg/

For more information on my consulting services, you can check out my website here: www.JeniSandberg.com

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Last updated on Mar 15, 2016
Frequently asked questions

What can I expect from vintage items in your shop?

I describe all the items I sell as thoroughly as possible, both in the written listing and in the images. If you have any questions, please let me know!

I live in Hawaii (or Alaska). How will my items ship?

After you put an item in your shopping cart, you have the ability to choose your shipping method. USPS Priority Mail is the fastest, usually 2-5 days, depending on your location. USPS Parcel Select is less expensive, but can be *very* slow, sometimes up to 6 weeks.

Can you ship via FedEx or UPS?

I'm happy to! If you would like a quote, just be in touch. I'm also happy to use your account number, if you prefer.

Anything else I need to know?

All measurements are approximate and not guaranteed. Be sure to check that the item will fit the space you need.

Electrical components are not guaranteed. You should always have vintage items checked out with an electrician before using them.