Thursday, January 20, 2011

Ford Excape Mariner Hood Lock OEM 6L8Z16700B NIB

Hood Lock OEM 6L8Z16700B

We have another great buy! A brand new OEM Ford hood lock/latch to fit an Escape or Mariner, 2001-2007. As usual, please check with your mechanic or dealer to make sure that this will fit your vehicle. We are not experts.

Not what you are looking for? We have other great buys in parts, glassware, books, collectables and more! Come see our store at Korn Kountry Treasures!!!

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Native American Indian Dolls are Quite Collectible

Native American Indian Dolls are Quite Collectible

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Years ago, my daughter inherited a big collection of Native American Indian dolls from a dear friend. Our friend loved Native Americans; anything and everything concerning Native American Indians! After he passed away, our home was filled with statues, books, dolls, you-name-it--if it was related to Native Americans, and he liked it, he bought it, and we inherited it.

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At the time, she was a small child--in elementary school. So we would pack the dolls up and take them to her school in November, around Thanksgiving time to decorate the big dining hall so the other children could see and enjoy the dolls.

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After she left that school in 8th grade, we just packed the dolls up, and put them in storage, and there they have been--until now. She is currently a senior in college, and no longer wants to keep the dolls.

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So up on OLA they go! Our friend purchased these dolls at antique shops, and antique shows.

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Some have their original tags still attached--see the one above? The tag reads: Reservation Made by Oglala Sioux.

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Some are very old. The pair of dolls above are made of composition, and are wearing oilcloth clothing.

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The one above is hard plastic and is wearing a felt costume, decorated in blue and red.

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There are several Bully Good Skookum Dolls. The one above has a celluloid face.

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The pair of dolls in the picture above are newer. Their clothing is vinyl.

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The Native American Princess doll above is Unique in that she has articulated knees. Look at her clothing. She is a sweetie.

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This one is made of sawdust; with a celluloid face. I think she is circa 1950s. Check my many auctions. I am listing lots of dolls, and related Native Americana items: I have a couple of Totem Poles, and small decorative items: a Peace Pipe and more! Who knows what else I will find? Email me if you have a specific want!

Thanks for Looking! OLA is the Online Place to Shop!


Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Two Great Vintage Quilts

Vintage Quilt Twin Size Black Floral Backing
Both of these vintage quilts were purchased at a garage sale during one of our jaunts. A lady, who was in her 80's-90's was downsizing her home, getting ready to move. I asked how old the quilts were-she said she didn't know-they had been in the family as long as she could remember. So the age is unknown. I know that they do come from a time when scrap material from old shirts, blouses, etc. were reused to make something else useable for the home.
These are two great old quilts that will look great on a single bed!
Come take a peek! And if this isn't what you are looking for, we have a large variety for you to browse through! Just click on our name Korn Kountry Treasures to enter!
Thank you!!