Vintage ball point paint tube of light blue Minuet embroider paint, still sealed and unused in the original package, accompanied by a newspaper mail order clipping. Although I find no date on either the package or the newspaper clipping, the inclusion of a zip code dates it to no earlier than the 1960s, and I imagine these were made and used when Tri-Chem was the hobby rage in the late 1960s and early 1970s.With an easy flow nylon tip and an easy-to-grip clear plastic tube g..
Lot of four (4) Tri-Chem paint hoops with blotters, measuring 7 inch in diameter (approx. 7-1/4 inch to 7-1/2 inch when measuring outside the hoop springs), all previously used. In good condition, with some oxidation to the metal. Please note that, should you be interested in combined shipping, I have an empty Tri-Chem paint tin also available in which these hoops will easily fit. ..
A lot of eight Tri-Chem hot iron transfer designs, offering a bit of everything for the child as well as the adult. Included are:Partial sheet containing a wonderful variety of children's designs - horse, Cupid in heart, bunny rabbit, clown with balloons, angel sleeping on a cloud, raggedy ann doll, jack in the box, birds, flowers, bells, and a variety of border designsFull sheet of what appears to be a tree skirt, with various flower, ribbon, Christmas tree, and orname..
This Tri-Chem Spark-L-Art wall decorator panel features a comedy mask with musical notes and banjo — a wall hanging and arts & crafts hobby that sure brings back memories for me! (I believe there were two panels to make a set - this comedy, and a complementing tragedy mask.)Dating to the close of the MCM mid-century modern era (late 1960's), this wall decorator panel measures 15-7/8 inch high and 8-1/4 inch wide, and appears to be press board. Still in i..