For March Faves, I decided to choose a style of art that is recognized for having a “global visual language”. Art Deco first appeared in the 1920’s, lost its popularity after World War II, and made a comeback in the 1960’s. You might ask what are the true characteristics of an Art Deco piece? “In many instances, you can imagine dividing an Art Deco piece down the center and the halves will be mirror images. That is, if an item was cut cleanly down the middle, the two resulting sides would be identical….This isn’t always the case, however. Some Deco items have bold geometric shapes that define them.”
Featured this month are three vintage sellers…Deb Bibbins of CobblestonesVintage, JP of JPCountryMarket and Loretta of MoonstruckCottage. The wonderful items listed below are just a small sampling of what their shops have to offer. Looking for something for yourself or have a special gift to buy? Be sure to take a moment and browse around these great Vintage Shops.
Roseville Pottery Art Deco Vase featured at CobblestonesVintage
Vintage Art Deco Brooch 1940s featured at JPCountryMarket
Pink Pottery Art Deco Vase 1940s featured at MoonstruckCottage
18 thoughts on “March Faves”
- Pam| March 1, 2017 at 9:22AM
What great information in this blog post! Helpful to know the characteristics of art deco and this post explained it well! Thank you Mrs. A! Wonderful shops featured in this one.
- Mrs. A.| March 1, 2017 at 2:26PM
Thanks, Pam. I think doing the Monthly Faves is quickly becoming one of my favorite posts to do. It gives me an opportunity to highlight some delightful Etsy Shops. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
- Deb Bibbins| March 1, 2017 at 11:43AM
I love art deco! I am honored that you featured my shop – thank you so much.
- Mrs. A.| March 1, 2017 at 2:30PM
Thanks for stopping by, Deb. I never thought I was fond of Art Deco, but I guess I just didn’t understand it. The listings above are stunning. Your shop has many more listings just as impressive.
- Loretta| March 1, 2017 at 2:22PM
Wonderful post, Mrs. A! And thanks so much for including my shop! Best wishes!
- Mrs. A.| March 1, 2017 at 2:32PM
You are welcome, Loretta. The vase is such a gorgeous example of Art Deco. Thanks for commenting.
- Laura Crumm| March 1, 2017 at 5:48PM
Great information. I didn’t know that Roseville was art deco.
- Mrs. A.| March 1, 2017 at 11:24PM
I’ve seen many Roseville that are Art Deco. Isn’t this one a gorgeous vase? Thanks for commenting.
- JD| March 1, 2017 at 6:36PM
I’m definitely an art deco style fan! I like the symmetry and those bold lines. You’ve selected some great items for your article. Very nice!
- Mrs. A.| March 1, 2017 at 11:25PM
Thank you, JD.
- Leigh Blake| March 1, 2017 at 10:00PM
Thank you Mrs. A for selecting my brooch from so many shops to choose from in Etsy land, I am most appreciative that my shop was listed as one you would post in your delightful and informed blog spot.
- Mrs. A.| March 1, 2017 at 11:27PM
Thank you for your kind comments about my blog. These are all outstanding Etsy Shops and it was my pleasure to feature them. Thank you for stopping by.
- Patricia| March 2, 2017 at 7:45AM
It is wonderful to pause and reflect on this gorgeous style. You have selected three stunning pieces to highligh
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- Mrs. A.| March 2, 2017 at 9:06AM
You are so right, Patricia. These are stunning pieces and Art Deco is a gorgeous style. Thank you for commenting.
- solveig| March 2, 2017 at 10:10AM
Great Post! Gorgeous Art Deco Pottery and Brooch featured. Thank you Mrs. A. for also sharing an interesting link to “thespruce” .
- Mrs. A.| March 2, 2017 at 9:27PM
I’m glad you stopped by, Solveig.
- Laura's Last Ditch Vintage Kitchenwares| March 7, 2017 at 9:26PM
I never thought about Art Deco being symmetrical, but that does seem to hold true. I love Roseville pottery, and my dad has a nice collection of it. We just have one piece (that I found in a trash pile, of all places).
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- Mrs. A.| March 7, 2017 at 10:05PM
That’s funny, Laura, but you know what they say about one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Thanks for commenting.