Amongst the many nouveau-Victorian decorative items offered by the Victorian Trading Company are a few Alice items, including jewelry, garden statuary and clothing. Certainly worth a look.
A series of beautiful postal covers with lovely Alice themed illustrations has recently been auctioned off by Robert A Siegel Auction Galleries.
Otherwise known as a glass tray, these three attractive catchalls are currently available from Red Envelope, and they’re even on sale.
It certainly has been the week for t-shirts, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen one this cool. An actual disappearing Cheshire Cat! Isn’t technology cool? Get yours at the Unemployed Philosophers Guild today!
Get ‘em while you can. Only 6 hours remain to get these two very nice t-shirts from qwertee.com.
This just in from Twitter, there are two new shops in Japan, one in Osaka and one in Nagoya, called Alice on Wednesday. My Japanese is non-existent, but they seem to be gift/grocery stores. I’ll take one of each please! Arigato!
For those of you who love David Delamare’s artwork (like us), The Porcelain Garden site has a series of lithophanes featuring some of his Alice artwork (amongst others). Perfect nightlight for your Alice collection room! While the site does not have a specific section devoted to his items, the four sections with Alice items are here: 1, 2, 3, 4
Every fall asleep on your book? Well now you can do it and not worry about getting ink on your face. ThinkGeek has released a series of classic books as pillows, and of course Alice is one of them. Get one for yourself!
One of our mimsiest minions reports that a new bakery has opened in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago: A Baker’s Tale. In addition to the somewhat Snarkian name of the shop, its decor also includes a large framed image of Tenniel’s Mad Tea Party, and a large sculptural tree whose blossoms are made of pages from an edition of Wonderland. We can only hope it wasn’t an 1865 edition!!
And of course, there are white rabbit cookies, among other treats. If you visit the shop, write us a comment and let us all know what you thought. Who knows, maybe they even have treacle tarts!
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