ebay jest skarbnica wielu przedziwnych rzeczy. Nie po to zeby je zaraz wszystkie kupowac. Na to nie starczyloby pieniedzy i miejsca w mieszkaniu. Ale warto co pewien czas odnotowac co sie sprzedaje/kupuje i jaki to ma zwiazek z tym miejscem.
Ot kafelek, od pewnego czasu sprzedawany na eBay´u:

Louis Redstone was born Lejb Routenstein in Grodno, Russia. He was the fifth of seven children. His father, Abraham Routenstein, was a military supply store owner who made embroidered and beaded artisan clothing for the military and was designated "Craftsman to his Imperial Majesty the Czar."
Louis Redstone was born in Grodno, Russia in 1903. In 1920, he went to Palestine as a Pioneer, working to rebuild a Jewish homeland. After three years, he emigrated to Detroit where he worked as a bricklayer. Redstone enrolled in the University of Michigan College of Architecture in 1925, graduating in 1929 with a bachelor's degree. Unable to find work as an architect, he worked as an artist and sculptor. In 1933, Redstone returned to Tel Aviv, where he worked as an architect, later helping to design the Palestine Pavilion for the 1937 World's Fair in Paris. Shortly thereafter, he left Tel Aviv for Detroit, where he started his own architectural firm. His firm specialized in architecture, engineering, interior design, and urban planning. His buildings include the Michael Berry International Air Terminal at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Manufacturers Bank Operations Center, Jewish Community Center, Congregation Beth Achim, and the business administration building at Lawrence Technological University.
Even as a practicing architect, Redstone indulged his interest in art, attending the Center for Creative Studies, and the Oxbow School of Art. In the 1940's, Redstone received a master's degree in urban design from the Cranbrook Academy of Art, studying with Eliel Saarinen. In 1978, Redstone was awarded the Gold Medal of the Michigan Society of Architects, the organization's highest honor. The next year, he was elected as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts at the Hague.
Louis Redstone died in Detroit in 2002, at the age of 99.