Collectibles with a vintage sensibility; specialty in ladies hats and fashion accessories.
Santa Claus by Dream Dolls R. Dalkin Company Made in Japan Red Suit Fluffy ...
Carved Wood Cork Bottle Stopper Smiling Guy in Hat and Suit
Handsome Leather Clutch Purse with Western Cowboy Theme in Dark Browns
Vintage Tote Handbag in Black Velveteen with Root Beer Plastic Handles by ...
Victorian Era Teacher's Autograph Book from 1882 in English and Foreign ...
Church for Christmas Holiday Village Hand Made in Wood and Glitter
Romantic Style Mirror with Porcelain Courting Scene and Embossed Handle
Christmas Holiday Village Cottage Hand Made in Yellow and Green Wood and ...
Avon Heavenlight The New Face Powder Mid Century Advertising in Artist ...
Lounge Dress Dynasty Made in British Crown Colony of Hong Kong Black Knit ...
Wood Carved Cork Bottle Stopper of Man with Hinged Mouth
White Brocade 1980 Dress for Wedding or Event with Lace and Beading Scott ...
About Maude's Vintage Ware
Our Service PledgeOrders will be responded to with due promptness. The buyer will be notified of any unseen delays. Every effort will be made to accurately describe items and any existing flaws.
About UsPart of the joy of collecting and selling is being able to share "finds" with others. Most weekends find me at auctions in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin trying to win the bid on something I love or that I know you will love too. My shop represents the best of those finds. I offer a grand selection of vintage hats which truly qualifies me as a "mad hatter." Vintage and antique fashions and accessories from the 1880's to the 1980's grace my shop with stylish and fun selections. And, unusual items in the vintage "must have it" category assures that someone who "needs this" will find it. If you enjoy my "finds" as much as I do, we will be the perfect vintage match.
My grandmother Grace and her eight sisters provided an early inspiration for saving all things vintage.Toiling at never-easy "cleaning lady" jobs, Grace saved many an item from the city dump. Her sister Maude was a professional seamstress who ignited in me an appreciation for fashions and fabrics. Aunt Ruth showed that a practical side could have good humor, too.