Welcome to “Quick Picks” where we scour Krrb for remarkable finds and amazing pieces guided by just one word. Today’s word: History!
Shades of Blue Statement Necklace in West Peoria, Illinois
A Shades of Blue Statement Necklace ($70) on LoveHeyLola’s Krrb corner is one of many pieces handmade from recycled chains and beads. Jewelry like Forget Me Not Tied in a Bow Ring ($8) has character and feels a bit historic.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/LoveHeyLola
Independence Tote Bag in Bordeaux, France
Meherio68’s Krrb corner is an outlet for the crafter’s projects. An Independence Tote Bag is inspired by the plaque stating the location of the Final Peace Treaty which granted America freedom from England. She also has a Fangs Belly Button Piercing for sale.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Meherio68
St Louis Pencil Sketches Book in Austin, Texas
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Vintage Humor in Wellington, Kentucky
HazelCatkins’s Krrb corner has collected a variety of vintage books. We love the Vintage Humor ($10) take on Roman history. Other top contenders include Vintage How To of Taxidermy ($10) and A Child’s Guide to Freud ($10).
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Hazelcatkins
A Brief Moment in the Battle for Utopia in Brooklyn, New York
Welcome to Company’s Krrb corner is the place to go for innovative artwork. History buffs will be drawn to A Brief Moment in the Battle for Utopia ($30) made by Melissa Murray. The same artist also made Hood ($25), another limited edition print.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/welcometocompany?auto=format
Keys of Old in Brooklyn, New York
On Alchemy Jewelry, designer Pam Meyer creates pieces with castings of industrial artifacts from the machine age incorporating history into wearable art. We love the symbolic Keys of Old passed down generations.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/alchemyjewelry?auto=format
Subway Sign Print in New York, New York
Flying Junction’s Krrb corner makes art out of historical subway signage. The Brooklyn Subway Sign print ($199) is our top choice.
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Natural History Diorama: Ostriches vs. Boars in Brooklyn, New York
Tonky’s Krrb corner showcases a wide range of art from the Brooklyn artist. Check out his Natural History Diorama ($150), a c-print of the exhibit in New York’s American Museum of Natural History. We also love the absurdity of the Justin Beaver print ($20).
Get it all here: Krrb.com/tonky?auto=format
KnollTextiles Book in Weehawken, New Jersey
For a history of designer company Knoll, pick up the KnollTextiles Book ($40). There are other high end items on Dimplegirl78’s Krrb corner. Be sure to check it out!
Get it all here: Krrb.com/dimplegirl78?auto=format
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