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Re: favorite vendors from the past

Gloria with Polish Pottery

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I can't remember the name, but she had jewelry that was nature themed I think.  I remember purchasing a really cute butterfly ring for my friends daughter.  

 

I also purchased a top from effortless knit?  I still wear it and it still looks really niceSmiley Happy

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@FloridaGold wrote:

So many and I wish some would return. Such great unique selections back in the day.

 

Fave cosmetics was Mohave the best kits before Leslie and BE.

Country Living quilts

Pamela Dennis

Lidia M

Blanking on name..hunky guy with faux leather and some everyday.

And, can't recall her name unique gorgeous jewlery..mystical.

of course Koos and Indigo Moon


The hunky guy was Bradley Bayou. His leather & suede jackets were so well made. I still have a couple of his jackets.

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@Reever wrote:

Dr. Shari Liebermann was the best vendor.  Awful that QVC dumped her.


 I remember her.  Sadly she died of breast cancer.

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Lee Sands

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Hagit --interesting and creative jewelry

Jim and Black Hills Gold

George Simonton-a real designer

Stone Mountain handbags

Linda Dano

 

 

 

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