Only those lucky Canadians with Bendix stores nearby can shop for these ceramic cup gift sets. Each has a world city theme with Rome, London, Paris and New York featured. There are also tea bag holders in this collection. To see everything, type “Divas” into the search window.
Don’t typically like to put Etsy stuff up because the quality is all over the place. But these handmade ceramic scooter drawer pulls were too cute to resist. There are $30 for a pair and you can order just one. They are hand glazed in your choice of “orange, turquoise, apple or butter.” Other color choices may be available for an order of several sets – you can always ask. They measure approximately 3″ from bumper to bumper and about 2″ tall from the handlebars to the wheels. The screw inserts are approximately 2″ from center to center and come with a standard 1″ bolt. International shipping is available.
This mold appeared on eBay and eventually went for something well over $100. It was a vintage German chocolate mold make by Anton Reiche. Every so often you can find a scooter related mold like this on eBay. Just be prepared to shell out a lot of dough. They tend to go for at least $200. In fact I used to collect these when they were under $50. That was just six or seven years ago! Many are reproductions from vintage European molds and some are original molds. They work great to make chocolates of course but I’ve also used them to make soap molds, Plaster of Paris figurines, Christmas ornaments, etc. You can even make candles if you’re so inclined. Here’s a tip: office binder clips are essential to hold the two halves together as they very seldom come with their original clips. And of course they are also just wonderful to display in the kitchen.
Here is a set of salt and pepper shakers made by 180 Degrees. They’re magnetic so they stay together. Assuming the Santa is the salt and the scooter is the pepper? The set measures 4.5″ when together with the scooter measuring in at 3.5″. They come gift boxed and the price is $18.25.
I can’t remember who sent me these lovely photos and this tip so please let me know so I can add it to the post. Cheers.
Spotted on eBay! I have been unable to find out much about this adorable little guy â€” gleefully bearing a candy cane. I do know this: I want one. And that means we here at ScooterSwag will be keeping our eyes peeled. You’ll be the first to know if I find a source.