What the Heck is it? is b-a-a-a-ck.
I heard through the blogvine that some of you have been missing WTH, so when I found today’s item I thought what the heck. Let’s do it!
Finding weird and wonderful stuff that I know nothing about is so much fun, and I love learning from you guys!
I’m so excited to show you what I found for the big comeback. I think it’s pretty cool, but I really want to know what you think.
So without further ado… here it is.
It’s the whole world on a small globe… and it only cost me $2.
I couldn’t believe it when I saw it at my local thrift store, and bringing it home was a complete no brainer.
It’s all made of wood and it definitely looks hand made.
The wonky shape of the globe just adds to its handmade charm, and I love all the handwriting…
and the crudely (and I mean that in the best way possible) painted colours.
I see Canada up there!
The wood has lovely markings and the whole thing stands about 12″ tall.
The globe spins on one long thin piece of metal that goes from the top…
all the way to the middle of the bottom. I have no idea what those other holes are for.
There’s a hand written number 30 on the bottom of the pedestal and the bottom of the globe. What does that mean? How many were made? A design #?
So many questions that this inquiring mind wants to know the answers to. Like, where was it made? When was it made? Who made it?
Ok, now I’m getting into too many questions territory, but I have one last one for you. lol.
What the heck is it?
Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!