It’s unbelievable what’s happening here in the land of March Madness and April Showers and May Day! May Day! May Day! Spring ahead for savings beyond human understanding. Click on SAVINGS to be transported right there. You will not be sorry. Well, you might be one of those depressed people who are just always unhappy in which case we can’t really engage. But otherwise, mossPOP is the ticket to springtime happy.
Our knitted wool toys used to be for human children, but really, that’s so 2013. We have cleverly repositioned said toys and are pleased to announce our new, small, exclusive, and possibly somewhat familiar, line of DOG TOYS. Perfect for chewing and slavering over and tossing in the air and catching, and other things dogs do with their toys. There are three models, each one high on the canine appeal rating chart. (Proof on file.) Click on The Dog to see all three at mossPOP, a dog friendly website.
It’s the mossPOP.com warehouse sale which we’re calling “WE’RE ONLY HUMAN” because we’re selling things we kind of forgot we had, and just found again. Like this Michael Young doghouse which looks like it was 3D printed by The Jetsons. And many other items of similar provenance and peculiarity and cheapness. Click on the doghouse to see the Rima Suqi piece in the Times. Click here to go to the sale.
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Tagged dog, doghouse, Franklin Getchell, Magis, Michael Young, Moss Bureau, mossPOP, Murray Moss, New York Times, Rima Suqi, warehouse sale
Our best friend LISA ROBERTS has a new book, out this week. Since you can of course always completely tell a book from its cover, you just know this is going to be great. And it has POP in the title, so how can you go wrong? Get it now from soul-killing AMAZON. And you can get an animated sneak peak, which was created by our other best friend Chalkie Davies, by clicking on that cover . Prepare for fun.
Race over there right now. Maybe they only have three copies left. Or you could click on the pic to buy it at mossPOP. Don’t get us wrong. We’re really pleased that it’s at MoMA, but a sale is a sale.
mossPOP has long been a staunch supportor of heterosexual marriage, and we are standing by with a virtual smorgasburg of “good glasses” to help kickstart a few primitive mating rituals. Curated sets or all matching, tall, short, tumbler or stemmed, mouth-blown or cast, hand-painted or gold-rimmed, red wine, white wine, whiskey, vodka, highball, champagne, rose, sherry, martini, zombie, singles, sets of six or twelve or eight or two, from Italy, Austria, France, Finland or the good old USA. We’ve got good glasses. The ball’s in your court, boys and girls.
Posted in Curated glassware, design art, Glass House, MossPOP, Shop til you drop, Shopping as entertainment, Sport shopping
Tagged champagne flutes, curated glassware, glasses, Glassware, mossPOP, wine glasses
A CURATED SET OF 8 VERY IMPORTANT WINE GLASSES
A CURATED SET OF 8 VERY SERIOUS TUMBLERS
Curated glassware has a long and interesting history. Perhaps its most important incarnation was in France during the period between the wars, and its most famous practitioner was the irrepressible Gertrude Stein. Stein was a staunch devotee of mixing and matching her glasses and her guests. As we know, her guest list was extensive and diverse, and so were her glasses, some of which she sent Alice B. Toklas out to find at the early morning flea markets and some she purchased directly from the illustrious glass manufacturies in the 16th. Her long salon evenings were well known for the amount of alcohol consumed and for the variety and sophistication of the vessels from which the whiskey, champagne, gin and wine were consumed. The casual sangfroid with which Stein managed the distribution of her prized glasses among her equally prized guests notwithstanding, this important aspect of her social gatherings has been little remarked upon. It would be difficult to find references to it in the standard Stein biographies, and it’s only in the fairly obscure monograph written by her fairly obscure son, Wayland Henry Stein, entitled The Stein Way and published long after her death in 1946. Sadly, Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast does not mention her curation, and Wayland Stein was so bitter about being cut from his mother’s will that his recollections are understandably less than fully reliable, so unfortunately we do not know with certainty exactly what glasses Stein curated with. This must be regarded as another of those pieces of vital information lost to history.
Luckily, now you can participate in this international tradition of curation and heavy drinking. mossPOP has several entirely unique sets of curated glasses available for immediate purchase and filling with summer beverages. Click on either set above and see them all. There’s only one of each set, so hurry. Avoid glassware disappointment.
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