The 5 Strangest Listings on Krrb This Week

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The 5 Strangest Listings on Krrb This Week

The inner workings of someone else’s chest should start up some conversations! Photo: Krrb.com/CocoonCircus

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.

From cartoonish chip bowls to rather frightening lighting, we’ve got it covered.

Vintage 1950’s Marbro Harlequin Lamp 46″ in Elkgrove Village, Illinois

harlequin

Guys, hear me out, everybody needs a lamp. Lamps are great for reading, seeing things, and generally just creeping yourself out whenever you turn it on! On the plus side, this lamp weighs 38.06 lbs so you don’t even need to buy those dumbbells you’ll never use. Just lift this lamp instead of weights. It’s multi-functional perfection! $800.

Insane Clown Ceiling Lamp in East Village, Manhattan

clown lamp

Speaking of lamps, how about this scary option? Clowns are their own are frightening enough to begin with, but look at those faces! They’re so menacing and your children will love it. It definitely won’t give them nightmares. $250.

Vintage Print of an X-Ray in Potrero Hill, San Francisco

x-ray

This vintage x-ray comes from around 1937 and it’s just the bee’s knees, or more so the human’s chest! Strange but unique and actually pretty cool if you ask me, this print should fit right in with all your other new, weird decorations! $95 or best offer.

Day of the Dead Papier Mache Sculpture in Eagle Rock, Los Angeles

day of dead

How about this neat little Mexican folk art sculpture? Not only is there a dead guy but his rotting body is riding on the rotting body of his horse as well. Balancing out this morbid image is the cactus, both alive and well! $995.

Unique Chip & Dip Bowl in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

chip and dip

Last but not least is this unusual chip and dip bowl. I absolutely love this! I’m like 95 percent sure this is a fan depiction of the Costanza family hanging out at the pool. You got George in the kiddie pool with his purple shorts and bald head. Then there’s George’s mother Estelle watching his father Frank as he’s about to jump off the diving board. What more could you ask for in a chip and dip bowl? Just be careful of shrinkage, George. $15 or best offer.

There you have it folks, the five strangest listings found on Krrb this week. If you saw something weird this week or if you want to gift me that chip and dip bowl, let me know on Twitter at @MrChrisDonahue.

 

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