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by Grace Bonney

Hi there design*sponge readers. This is Andy Beach and I’ll be posting here this week. I have two blogs where I post things I like. There’s no better way to describe them, Reference Library and Stork Bites Man are each a mix of found objects, eBay losses, art, design, architecture, kid stuff, things friends make and do, and lots of stuff. The things I like. This week on the d*s guest blog, I’ll be posting different stuff each day — from old books, from favorite blogs, from eBay, from nice shops and from around my house. Today’s post is STUFF FROM EBAY. Thanks for following along. —Andy

Some recent Items I Didn’t Win:

David Cressey scratched Architectural Pot-tery
Opening bid $400.00; ended with no bids.

Elephant, Ironweave, Fast Color — Bandanas x 4
Ended at $121.00

1940s toddler size Jerky Tag Levi’s 501
Ended at $159.50

Lucite Acrylic Plexi Mod 70s Console
Ended at $1,551.00

Arne Norell Rosewood/Leather Safari Sofa
Opening bid $1,450.00; ended with no bids.

Pair of Lightolier Light Bulb Lights
Ended at $150.00

Headlight Overalls Time Book
Ended at $14.49

Hugh Acton Travertine Marble Bowls
Opening bid $150.00; ended with no bids.

Ben Seibel for Raymor “Flexible Lighting Unit”
Ended at $1,375.00

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