8 Ways to Decorate with Vintage Items in your Home

We at Got Vintage? love to see authentic vintage items being restored, re-purposed, and reused in all types of different ways. It remains trendy to reuse items that were created many years ago in home decorating. This creates a unique and one-of-a-kind space that makes it especially easy to rest, relax, and retreat in. You … More 8 Ways to Decorate with Vintage Items in your Home

A 2000 Year Old Jewelry Tradition – Damascene Jewelry

Damascene jewelry has literally been around for over 2000 years and it is still made from all different types of artisans and jewelry makers from makers in the U.S. to some places it even originated – such as Japan and Spain – and beyond. For those of you who aren’t familiar with what Damascene jewelry … More A 2000 Year Old Jewelry Tradition – Damascene Jewelry

Vintage Glass – An Inside Look at Rene Lalique’s Rare Car Mascots

While the name Rene Lalique is recognized in most all inner circles of vintage dealers who delve into antique and vintage jewelry or early vases and perfume bottles – many do not know that one of Lalique’s most collectible items always maintaining (if not increasing in its value year after year) is his notorious “car … More Vintage Glass – An Inside Look at Rene Lalique’s Rare Car Mascots

Where Do Those Vintage Clothes Come From? Insight from a Vintage Clothing Dealer

As all of our members here at Got Vintage? deal with authentic vintage items, many of them tend to handle a few – if not a whole lot – of vintage clothing and accessories. Some of our members operate a full time shop dedicated to vintage clothing and accessories online as well as a brick … More Where Do Those Vintage Clothes Come From? Insight from a Vintage Clothing Dealer

A Look at the Styles from the 1940’s and How to Recreate Them

The fashion of the 1940’s was extremely streamlined, traditional, and is truly a time that even current day designer look back at for inspiration. The decade spanned many changes in fashion rounding out the World Wars and going without items like textiles and had completely changed into a “New Look” by the time the decade … More A Look at the Styles from the 1940’s and How to Recreate Them