Hudson’s Bay Company teams with the Pendleton Woolen Mills for this blanket series inspired by the distinct regions of Canada. Visit the listing for this Algonquin Park inspired blanket. 100% pure virgin wool.
To add grace to your shelving game, check out this sophisticated iron frame finished in gold leaf by Henzler Etagere. Read more here.
Ladies, behold an authentic pair of Stubbs and Wooton loafers available on eBay this week. The owner claims they are immaculate condition and never worn. To read more or place a bid, visit the listing here.
Good for a true engineer or anyone who just craves a cool shelving unit in their home. The Tool storage comes with a proper toolbox nestled above a wheeled cabinet. Read more here.
The Holy Grail of Comics: The First Superman
Imagine the late 1930’s. America is coming out of a depression, and then suddenly, this man in a red cape appears to save us all. In one of the most EPIC auctions on eBay, this issue of Action Comics (the one which introduces Superman), will be available in 16 days. Back in 1938, this rare comic cost 10 cents. We suspect it will go for much more this time around, 76 years later. Only 50 to 100 original copies still exist. This is the only known copy with perfect white pages.
To learn more about the history of Superman, how the eBay seller got his hands on the No.1 issue, and how it benefits charity (go Christopher Reeves!) — visit this eBay listing.
The very serious look that only a Bulgari Assima Gold Wrist Watch can provide. Available with box and papers.
Now you can take the classic Hudson Bay multi-stripe polar fleece over-the-shoulder on any trip, for approximately $52.