Yippee! Halloween is Here!
We Always Love Spooky Items, But We Have Made Sure to Have an Excellent Selection for the Season. Here are Just a Few, as Well as Some Other Treasures.

Porcelain Nightlights. We just got in an ample new batch. We have many designs, in addition to the ones you see here.

Marble Chain, Phrenology Head and More. This marble chain is both elegant and funky. It can be used in a variety of settings. Here it's a nice addition to a blue and white ensemble.

Ceramic Skulls. The green one is a functional decanter, being glazed inside. The murky purple one is just a wonderful object. 

Beeswax Skull Candle and Silk Velvet Pomegranate. If you can't bear to burn the candle, it's a lovely little sculpture. And this is just one luscious, silk velvet pomegranate in a great collection we just received. (We will be featuring the full crop in another newsletter.).
Skull Paper Plates and Black Ceramic Plates. These are great to pair together or use on their own.
Books and Halloween cards. 
Ouija Board Necklaces. These are co-designed by Luana and are a fun celebration of the iconic Ouija Board. They are jumbo size, have some great details of a silvery ring and a band of leather, and a vintage eye image on the back.
Swami Talking Board. We thought it would be fun to offer some unusual boards. Here is a reproduction of the Swami Board, introduced in the 1940's. 

Tabula Mortem Talking Board. Beautifully designed and utilizing ancient rune symbols, this one comes with a fact-filled little booklet, describing the history and mystique of talking boards.
fragment of Halloween Hut
c2002 Luana Kaufmann
One of Many Archival Pigment Prints of 
Luana's Cut-Paper Collages 
If You'd Like to See the Full, Ample
Array of Luana's Collage Prints,
Please Peruse
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We Look Forward to Seeing You Soon!

Warm regards, 
Purveyor of Fine Goods
Collagist of Found Imagery
A Little Navigation Tip.........
If you're driving, you'll need to use Ann Street or Wolfe Street to visit us. (Thames Street has now become one way westbound, which means you cannot turn left from Broadway onto Thames.)