The film starred Streisand (Rose Morgan), Jeff Bridges (Gregory Larkin), Lauren Bacall (Hannah Morgan), and George Segal (Henry Fine). Light wear, pages lightly thumbed, overall fine condition.
Brass has been used for decorative pieces and useful tablewares since ancient times. C., when the Roman empire existed, brass was used across Europe. Additional brass items may be found under Bell, Candlestick, Tool, or Trivet. ff3=4&toolid=10044&campid=5336649018&customid=brass&lgeo=1&mpre=
My husband, Chris, and I live a cozy 1934 Craftsman Bungalow in New England with our three furballs; Murphy 🐶, Marla 🐱 and Sylvester 🐱.
We’ve called this humble abode home for three and a half years, sealing the deal two days before we got married. Together we’ve put a lot of TLC into this old gal to keep her bones sound and strong, but it’s only been within the past year her true funk and sense of style began to shine. Our spring garden is on point, and it ain’t too shabby in July either, but we’re in desperate need of early June blooms! Our front door was installed in October 2016 and my plan is to paint the trim and shudders to match the deep brown.
Plus, she lives in New Haven, Connecticut, which just so happens to be where I was born – so we definitely have more than a little bit in common! I’m Jessica Brigham, a sassy, gregarious, creative jack-of-all-trades.
I’m a photographer by trade and amid growing an online magazine focusing on interiors, cooking, cocktails, diy, home organization and, overall, how to live Magazine Ready for Life, For Less.
Tarnished throughout, peacocks bent at top areas, overall good condition.
Brass is having a moment, and we love the warmth this trending finish brings to any project.
Some corners bumped, minor repairs, occasional light spotting and minor damage to cardboard, overall good condition.
Sold: 0.00 Item 304 Barbra Streisand Mirror Top Table Barbra Streisand Mirror Top Table, Personal Collection A contemporary Asian style low table, featuring black lacquer rectangular base with mirror top, approximately 34 inches length, 14½ width, by 15½ height, no date.
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I have said it before, but I’ll say it again: my absolute most favorite thing about these last five years of blogging is the way it has connected me with so many “kindred spirits,” fellow vintage-loving treasure-seekers who understand the thrill of the hunt and the appeal of old things, and who speak the same language of layers in their home.