Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

The front wall. Door chimes. The longbell at left is connected, the rest are not. The orange cone is a fireplace, soon to be installed. At right: a key-wind phonograph, my Christmas tree, and a fiber-optic avian friend.

Views: 165


You need to be a member of Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate to add comments!

Join Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on July 6, 2011 at 7:28pm
Good eye. This corner looks completely different now, the orange fireplace is out and it's full of shelves for my booze. The fireplace is out on the deck, soon to be in regular use.
Comment by VintageK on July 6, 2011 at 5:09pm
These look so great Jonas! And I love the victrola and peackock lamp!
Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on December 26, 2007 at 5:08am
Also note the fake fire in the fireplace. It's: an expanding wire mesh wastebasket from Ikea (black) filled with hollow porous ceramic elements from an antique gas fireplace, with a big "balafire" flicker light bulb down inside. Not realistic but looks cool.
Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on December 22, 2007 at 2:09am
Like the mod orange fireplace, huh? I'm not certain but I believe it's a Malm brand. I eventually plan to connect it for actual use...
Comment by Mark Goo on December 21, 2007 at 6:44pm
Cool. I call the "swedish fireplace".
Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on November 29, 2007 at 12:59pm
A note on the Christmas tree. It's one of those artificial pre-lighted trees that come with a group of blown glass ornaments, and I added a blown glass bead garland and an old Christmas light string. The bulbs in said string are all c. 1910 carbon filament types. There are two figurals, an orange and pinecone (used to be painted clear glass, paint flaking off now) and the rest are the standard pear-shaped bulbs with evacuation point on the top (a few clear and a few emerald green, one ruby, and one opal white, visible at top of tree)
Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on November 25, 2007 at 7:44am
WJ, if you like my chimes, go check out the website of KNOCK Doorbells. He's a friend of mine, who builds new long-bell chimes, and restores and sells vintage ones. His work is top-notch and his vintage chimes for sale are the best around. He's restored a couple of mine. I got a 1946 NuTone Symphonic, a high-quality chime with hand-tuned brass chime bars which is supposed to play an eight-note song, but was not working, gummed with congealed oil (NEVER oil a door chime!) and filled with filth and inch-thick dust. After a few weeks with him, it looks like it did when it came out of the box new, and sounds amazing, functioning flawlessly.
Comment by Jonas Clark-Elliott on November 23, 2007 at 5:32am
Thanks a lot! The one thing I don't have is a Colossus (you're very lucky) but them, I don't think I can afford one and, even if I could, I'm not sure I know where I would put it. As you can see, my space is rather full...


Mark Goo created this Ning Network.

Support Oozing Goo

By using the eBay button above, you support OG if you purchase anything. Thanks for thinking of us. Mark Goo

© 2022   Created by Mark Goo.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service