Krrb is a great place to find everything and anything secondhand, handmade and vintage. We can only imagine how these finds ended up on the classifieds in the first place. Whether or not you were looking for these unusual listings, The 5 Strangest Listings on Krrb This Week are for sale, each in need of a new home.
This week we’ve got a couple of creepy masks, Thanksgiving decorations and a tree with fungus on it! Let’s do this!
Celestial Wall Art Sculpture in Yonkers, NY
This sculpture looks like a monster and it freaks me out! Really digging the gold and silver colors on this piece but that doesn’t change the fact that hanging this in my apartment would scare me on a nightly basis. If hanging faces up is your thing though, this D’Argenta sculpture is in perfect condition. $225
Woodland Tree Fungus Shelf in Chicago, IL
You know how we all live indoors because outside is disgusting? Well, now you can use this piece of wood from the forest as a shelf in your house! How cool is that? Not cool at all because, again, the outside world is gross. Nature is overrated but if you’re into that sort of thing this Woodland Tree Fungus Shelf might be just what you need in your home. $28
Taxidermy Turkey in Brooklyn, NY
We are no strangers to taxidermy animals here at Krrb, we’re actually quite familiar with them. I just had to include this one though because, you know, the holidays and all. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, what could possibly make a better home decoration than this! One stuffed turkey can watch you while you eat his stuffed relative. The circle of life! $475
Vintage Saint Nicholas in Chicago, IL
I don’t know why anyone would want a giant face hanging around in their house but apparently there is more than one. Now we have this giant Santa face… great! This fiberglass piece was made sometime in the late 40’s to early 50’s and is in excellent condition. What a fun new holiday tradition! $225
Vintage Child’s Choo Choo Train in Manhattan, NY
And finally, with all the gift giving holidays right around the corner, we have the perfect toy for your kid if they were born in the 1920’s! Not a whole lot describing this toy, but it looks like it’s made entirely out of wood which is super safe! My favorite part of this listing is definitely the fact that they used the term “Choo Choo” in the name though. $100
There you have it folks! Just in time for the holidays, we have a bunch of weird listings that you can give to the strangest people you know. Happy Hunting!