Brooklyn, New York 24 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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The house I grew up in was basically a live-in museum for all things old, handcrafted, and with a story to tell, so I have an over appreciation and nostalgic fondness for unique collection…not to mention a high tolerance to dust. This constant one-of-a-kind stimulation was most likely the catalyst to my vintage hunting and hoarding that I have been perfecting for the past 13 years. The epiphany that Etsy could help me down-size and recycle while being able to share stories and treasures with a like-minded and personalized community is when I finally decided to loosen that dead grip I had on everything I've ever owned.

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  • Celeste

    Owner, Curator, Photo Director/Stylist

    Collecting treasures and smiles and never taking myself too seriously since 1987. Humor, innovation, sunshine, taste buds, pillows, and mammals are what keep me going.

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Last updated on January 5, 2015
Once upon a time, I lived in Florida. There I grew up thrifting at amazing southern prices. I eventually got rid of my bed, filled my bedroom with rolling racks, and shared the pull-out sofa with my cat. Then I moved to NYC. Where I eventually shipped thirteen boxes full of clothes, fabric, shoes, bags, and jewelry. Now I live in Brooklyn, and in hopes of keeping my bed and supporting my addiction to food, I have decided to give away [at a reasonable price] my prized collection, one random baby portrait pendant and sequined shift dress at a time.

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Remember, vintage and antique items have already been previously loved, and those tiny little flaws add character to their already unique personalities. So please understand that your purchase cannot be refunded...unless of course I accidently mailed you actual trash or something. Although, I tend to notice these things. Except, JCPenney didn't when they mailed me cardboard covered in tire treads instead of a comforter set. So yeah, we can all make mistakes, and I will gladly take responsibility for mine if it is warranted.
For domestic packages, I use USPS Priority Mail. That way you can track and receive it in a timely manner (1-3 business days), so you can wear it to that upcoming Bat Mitzvah, high school reunion, or hip hop tap dancing competition you were hoping to impress your soulmate at. For international I use USPS First Class Mail. If you need it to be delivered faster (6-10 business days) and with a tracking number, please request to change to International Priority Mail, as it will be more expensive.