WE ARE NOW ON A HIATUS FROM SHOPKEEPING. THINGS NEED TO BE SOLVED, SO WE ARE TAKING TIME TO THINK. THE COOPER HEWITT SHOP IS LARGELY SOLD OUT OF OUR THINGS BUT HAVE SOME ON THEIR WEBSITE ONLY. BELOW IS OUR ARCHIVE OF ALL THE OBJECTS WE HAVE EVER FOUND. WRITE US IF YOU NEED US AT: INFO@KIOSKKIOSK.COM WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
7" x .5" x .25"
When I was young we sent out Christmas cards and each of us had our own wax seal. It was a bit snooty or silly for my sister and I to seal our cards with wax, but it looked really beautiful on my mother's card. Perhaps it was because she used an antique seal, although in the mid-1980s she switched over to "Merry Christmas!" for a short period of time, right about when "The Silver Palate" cookbook became popular. In the past, sealed contracts were just that, sealed, with wax. The seal indicated a certain amount of deliberation but also generally proved the signer was present with their unique seal, often a ring on their finger. I inherited my mother's seal and I really enjoy using it. However, finding the right red WITHOUT sparkle has proven difficult. Then I came across the "777-bull-dog" wax, THE END, problem solved. A bright red seal will find its way onto every holiday card this year.