My goodness. This Kurt Adler Christmas ornament is $65! It’s designed by David Strand. And measures over 6 inches tall. But this ornament is priced like a Radko! Still it is the first snowman on a scooter I’ve run into. Except for this guy. And he’s much too big to hang on a tree.
The oversized sweater ($54.99) is a new edition to ModCloth’s arsenal of scooter goodness. The skirt ($64.99) we’ve covered but it seems to be back on ModCloth . . . for now. They don’t carry tons of stock so don’t dilly dally.
Remember the Truval shirt ad from earlier this week? Well here’s a shirt that would not look out of place in that same ad. It features little Lambrettas, little Vespas and (I think?) little Fiats. It’s 100% cotton with a chambray collar and costs Â£24.95. Sizes run from S-XXL.
Thanks to Alice D. for this find!
Spotted on eBay this vintage puzzle is made by Galt, an English toy company. It’s wooden and is amazing 19″ wide. It probably dates from the late 1960s to the early 70s. I love the pictures underneath the puzzle pieces that show what’s inside the vehicles! This puzzle also reminds me of another vintage puzzle we featured awhile back.
Here’s a whole slew of scooter goodness for you from the online UK retailer “Not On The High Street.” They have a selective application process for sellers and want only the unique and well-made. They are especially interested in supporting small British businesses â€” both designers and manufacturers. And it’s easy ordering for us Yanks.
I especially like the scooter girl wallets/clutches and the two-wheel sprint scarf featuring both bicycles and Vespas.