+ 78 piece vintage dishware set, Mikasa Pivotal by Ben Seibel “Chartres”
+ vintage Philco High Fidelity tabletop turntable cabinet (needs work)
+ a bejillion-ish NEW oversized layering-weight scarves/wraps full of color & texture
+ designer bags from Kate Spade, Ted Baker, Coach, Dooney & Burke, Michael Kors, etc, most are tags on/never been used
+ glass & chrome cocktail/accent tables
+ glass & chrome shelving
+ contemporary black leather & chrome frame sofa, 91″ long, like new
+ vintage Stanley hutch, blonde wood w/sliding glass doors
+ vintage white metal kitchen cabinets
+ vintage drinking glasses
+ vintage games
+ vintage curtains
+ soooooo many non-vintage clothes & shoes
TRANSITION UPDATE + CLARIFICATION
It’s been a bit since I last informed you of the latest news at NVISION, as I had some technical difficulty with sending the email newsletter.
I last announced that I would not be re-opening the shop, but I need to clarify that the shop is not closing per se, except for the chapter that is PRE-COVID. I’m calling it a transition. The plan is to close out all consignment accounts, and move the remaining operation to a new smaller location, with the inventory that I own outright, minus the furniture and housewares. I will continue in a more service-focused manner as it relates to selling vintage clothing, personal styling, and of course, clothing alterations/repair and other sewing projects, as always. Sewing is my main income these days, and thanks so much for sending referrals!!!
So while the shop as you knew it is no longer, I remain available to try and help you find/create what you’re envisioning to wear. Best way to stay in touch and send inquiries is to email c[email protected], or leave a voicemail/text, 513-542-4577. I do not yet have a firm date to share as to when I will be moving the shop to the new location.
Please note that NVISION is shrinking the shop space to a single storefront, the one with the address of 4575 Hamilton Avenue, instead of 4577 immediately next door to the Comet, making room for a new business there coming soon. By the end of September, the new front door to NVISION will be the one closer to Thunder-Sky Inc.
* TED RADIO HOUR *
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE listen to this episode, it is everything I’ve been trying to put into words about consumerism and the global impact on the economy, as well as the world’s resources. Please have a listen!
Original broadcast date: May 1, 2020, 51 minutes:
“As the pandemic reveals the weaknesses of our economy, businesses and consumers are rethinking what they value. This hour, TED’s Corey Hajim shares ideas on shifting the role of business in society.”