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Bunny's Trunk Show is an online vintage jewelry shop run by two sisters, Tanya and Lisa. We offer handpicked, one of a kind items that we find at flea markets, vintage shops and estate sales. If there is anything special you are looking for please let us know email@example.com.
Lisa lives in Chicago and Tanya is in Phoenix. The best way to keep up with us is through our Facebook or Twitter account. Thanks for stopping by!
- Modern Phoenix Home Tour: Lighting
- The Olympic Winter Games, Seventeen Magazine, February 1988
- Native American Indian Jewelry Coming Soon!!
- FREE Vintage Lamps
- Remember Esprit Fashion? Totally Rad.
- Oh, Provence, Seventeen Magazine June 1988
- Desert Bloom, Seventeen Magazine June 1988
- Friday’s Find- Victorian “Rose of Sharon” Amethyst Ring
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Category Archives: Jewelry History
In honor of the 2014 Winter Olympics, here’s a look back to 1988. This is from a story called “The Contenders” by Meg Lukens. It highlights Tamara McKinney, Alpine Skiing; Pirmin Zurbriggen, Alpine Skiing; Josh Thompson, Biathlon; Bonnie Blair, Speed … Continue reading
In the 1980s, Esprit fashion was super hot. Here’s a story by Mara Altman nabbed from the June 1987 Seventeen Magazine. Once upon a time two women from California, Susie Tompkins and Jane Tise, traveled to Europe and returned with … Continue reading
Another photo shoot from the 1980s – I remember wearing a flowered, mint green, short sleeve button down top with matching capri pants. I did not pull off the same style as below, but instead looked like Hawaii threw up … Continue reading
I was digging in my basement and came across my Seventeen Magazines from high school. Yes, I kept them! No, I’m not a packrat. So, this was a surprise that I still had them. The text on these pages is … Continue reading
I recently picked up a gorgeous amethyst ring at a northern Chicago suburb and was pleasantly surprised by it’s wonderful history. It is called a “Rose of Sharon” ring. These rings were at the height of fashion in the Victorian … Continue reading
We’ve started a Pinterest page! This is fun – what took me so long to jump on the bandwagon? And I’ve added a ‘Recent Pins’ to the side of our page. Please follow us! Thanks!
Some believe that it was Florence Ziegfeld who coined the term ‘costume jewelry’ when he collaborated with William Hobé. He used the term to describe the magnificent jewelry worn by gorgeous ladies in the Ziegfeld Follies show. The connection between … Continue reading
I’m on a stripe hunt . . . I’ve seen these stripes patterning bracelets and earrings, but only in photos. This deliciously colorful jewelry is called Philadelphia Bakelite. My pull towards collecting and selling Bakelite is increasing as the standards … Continue reading
“I remember, when I was so small I could hardly read, seeing a cartoon of two men bathing on a solitary beach. The started to talk, got along splendidly, and after sunning themselves for a long time went behind different … Continue reading