Rodney Kent

Rodney Kent is the name of a line of hand-wrought aluminum giftware, popular from the 1930s through the 1950s, that was developed for Krischer Metal Products Co. of Brooklyn, N.Y.  The line was developed by Stanley Gelford, who named the line after two streets near his office: Rodney and Kent. It includes various serving pieces, many  decorated with tulips, made of an alloy of aluminum and manganese. Interestingly, some pieces are marked “Rodney Kent Silver Co.,” though they are aluminum, not silver. Some pieces had only paper tags instead of a mark.

View current inventory of Rodney Kent tableware in my Ruby Lane shop.


Vintage Louis Féraud Wool Suit

I believe this suit was made in the 1970s, but a classic never goes out of style…and Louis Feraud Vintage epitomizes classic Parisian elegance, then, and now. This suit is in excellent vintage condition with no rips or tears to the wool or the lining.

100% wool; Size 12, but please note measurements as vintage clothing runs small. View images, full description, and buy now on Ruby Lane.


Handpainted 22K Lefton Wheat Pattern Snack Set- circa 1958

An exquisite Coffee / Snack Set in the 1958 Golden “Wheat” Pattern from the Lefton China Co. This is a scalloped white china plate and coffee/tea cup with golden wheat handpainted in 22k gold. Trim is also 22k gold.

Dimensions: Cup-4: opening, 5″ across handle, 2.25″ tall; 8″ diameter plates Sig/Mark: “Lefton China” and “Handpainted” on bottom of each piece.


 Goldtone Flower Ear Wires

These adorable goldtone flowers have a raised crosshatch pattern for extra interest, and a large faux pearl center. They started life circa 1950s as screwback earrings, but have been converted to pierced with brand-new leverbacks for comfort and security. The flowers are 5/8 inches in diameter; earrings hang about 1 inch. View more images, full description, and buy now on Ruby Lane.