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Vintage

Meg and the Disappearing Diamonds

It's a Wonderful Life!

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Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; minor bumped corners

Materials:

paper

Size:

7.75" L x 5.25" W x 0.5" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Meg and the Disappearing Diamonds,Holly Beth Walker, hardcover, 1967, Whitman Book, illustrated by Cliff Schule, 136 pages. Very good condition. This book focuses on a neighbor's diamond snood, which went missing after a garden party. Meg attended the party, and when the valuable snood was missed, has some interesting theories.
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Why We Love This

Meg and the Disappearing Diamonds,Holly Beth Walker, hardcover, 1967, Whitman Book, illustrated by Cliff Schule, 136 pages. Very good condition. This book focuses on a neighbor's diamond snood, which went missing after a garden party. Meg attended the party, and when the valuable snood was missed, has some interesting theories.

About It's a Wonderful Life!

Interior designers Cathy Kepley, Caren Flanders, and Cindy Hebert have their roots in the Deep South city of Atlanta. They love adding personality to their clients' homes through the use of vintage and one-of-a-kind items. The thrill of the chase has led to an over-abundance of inventory. Atlanta has supplied the designers with endless resources for unique items. Their organic yet classic style adds a twist to traditional interiors