Turn on your love light with this neon crushed velvet heart. This sensual prop was originally created as a decorative focal point for the Valentine’s Day dinner seatings and party at a trendy restaurant and lounge. Made of velvet, with a wood base, the red neon surrounds the heart in a halo of seductive light. It is powered by a solid state transformer, with 6′ cord, which plugs into a 120V (house current) grounded receptacle. The entire piece weighs less than 20#, complete with hanger assembly.
Measurements: 42″ tall, 44″ wide, 4.5″ deep
Feel free to roam at parties, festivals, and tasting events with this vintage handblown drinking glass. It is worn over the neck, suspended by a woven lanyard. Among family treasures and oddities, we believe it was purchased in Europe during a fall touring event in the early 70s. The handblown glass design has a Northern European or Danish influence. The mouth or lip of the glass is encircled or laced with a silver treatment in which one small area shows wear. The lacing of a glass, particularly a beer glass, not only celebrates the value of the amber contents but serves to capture the foam and its volatiles for enhanced enjoyment.