[WORLDKINGS] Daily highlight July 19, 2020 - Barsys 2.0+ Home Automated Cocktail Maker is the party must-have gadget
(WorldKings.org) From creating drinks in just a few seconds with perfect repetition - to learning new recipes with each visitor that stops by, imagining a party without Barsys seems impossible after owning one. A true crowd pleaser and the life of every party.
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.21) - Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers by Andrea Ludden, USA.
(WorldKings.org) The Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers is located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. It houses more than 20,000 pairs of salt and pepper shakers from all over the world. The museum was founded in 2002 by Andrea Ludden, a Belgian archaeologist. Her stated goal was to show the creativity of all the artists that have crafted an everyday item into a myriad of shapes and materials.
[WORLDKINGS] Daily highlight August 04, 2020 - Good Papa Smart Toilet Brush keeps bacteria away from your porcelain throne
(WorldKings.org) Keep your porcelain throne clean with the Good Papa Smart Toilet Brush. This intelligent gadget keeps your favorite seat in the house free of bacteria.
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.3) – Celebrities’s hair collection by John Reznikoff, USA.
(WorldKings) In his possession Reznikoff literally has a piece of many of the most legendary people who molded the history of the world through their existence.
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.1) - Royal memorabilia collection by Margaret Tyler, England.
(WorldKings.org) From a knitted royal family to a Wedgwood bust of Prince Charles, no item is too big or too small for Margaret Tyler to add to her royal memorabilia collection. Her collection is spread over her entire London home.
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.20) Collection of milk bottles by Paul Luke, United Kingdom.
(WorldKings.org) Former milkman Paul Luke, has been collecting them since he was nine, and and has more than 10,000 stored away in his mini-museum (not to mention milkmen's uniforms, caps, badges and other go-withs).
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.19) – (USA) Collection of 55,000 dresses that Paul Brockman bought for his wife.
(WorldKings.org) Now retired, Mr. Brockman spent years working as a contractor in California. In his free time, he and his wife Margot enjoyed ballroom dancing. Fascinated with the taffeta, silks, satins, and embellishments on his wife; Paul sought to provide a new dress for his lovely bride at every dance.
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.18) - Collection of nails by Richard Jones, United Kingdom.
(WorldKings.org) “Nails show the history of civilisation. I have nails from all over the world and some of them date back to the Romans. A lot of people say, ‘they are just nails,’ but they don’t see all of the history behind them."
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.17) – Slot car collection by Colin Hughes, England.
(WorldKings.org) Hughes, works in IT and is the image of a suburban husband and dad. He also happens to own over 1,200 slot cars. He collects everything from classic rally to modern GT, LeMans, and prototypes… anything that’s got four wheels and looks good.
[WORLDKINGS] Fascinating collections in the world (P.16) – “Do not disturb” sign collection by Edoardo Flores, Italia.
(WorlKings.org) It's easy to forget they're there — until the cleaning crew knocks on the hotel door while you're recovering from jet lag. But have you ever noticed the variety in "Do Not Disturb" signs? Each one tells a story about the hotel, the country that it's in and what could be going on in your private space.