But, matadors are cool. There is a lot of romance to bullfighting, and this is especially evident in mid-century junk. Matadors are so...masculine. And fluid at the same time. The Blackbird collection includes a great vintage poster, a gift from a friend. This one is from the same series:
We also came across a set of red Haeger figurines, a bull and a matador. We decided to part with the matador, but the bull reigns high above us on our curiosity cabinet, surrounded by vintage candy tins.
|Red Haeger bull|
|Matador poster; ebay.com|
|Matador bridge tally; Here on etsy.com|
|Matador cocktail napkin; Here on etsy.com|
|Tammis Keefe matador; Here on etsy.com|
|Possibly the coolest lamp ever; Here on etsy.com|
|Vintage bullfight paint by number; Here on etsy.com|
Toreador-inspired attire is also pretty spectacular.
|1940s matador brooch; Here on etsy.com|
|Scott McClintock jacket; Here on etsy.com|
|Fabulous vintage circle skirt; sold on etsy.com|
Sometimes, bullfighters are just too darn cute.
|1930s matador Valentine; Here on etsy.com|
And, if books are your thing, we have this one in the shop right now:
|In our shop|