3419 North Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Under the Brown Line Paulina stop.
Tuesday - Saturday: 12 Noon - 4 PM
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Chicago’s 1st Cookie Jar Shop.
I opened Jazze Junque in 1989.
I have been on the Oprah Winfrey Show with some of my antique cookie jars.
I have supplied cookie jars for the movies: Ground Hog Day and Home Alone.
Many collectible magazines have been written about my cool shop. We have also supplied cookie jars for the cookie jar calendar. We are also in many of the cookie jar books.
We even had a cookie jar make of my shop. A limited edition of only 100 made by Kathy Wolfe. It is pictured in The Wonderful World of Cookie Jars, and The Encylopedia of Cookie Jars Book 2.
Jazze Junque is a family owned and operated business where honesty is our only policy. We have been selling cookie jars to collectors all over the world and will continue to do so.
1. Clothes produced between 1920s and 1960s are generally considered vintage. Clothing from the 1960s to 1980s is often called “retro.”
2. Generally speaking, vintage clothing sizes run 4-6 sizes smaller than today’s modern clothing sizes. That means vintage clothing is likely to be smaller and tighter on your body than what the tag indicates. ALWAYS try on vintage clothing before purchasing.
3. If a dressing room is not available, try this: to get an idea of your vintage size, simply double your regular size. So if you are a size 5, then your vintage clothing size will be about 10.
4. Vintage accessories such as jewelry, scarves, hats and belts mix with almost any fashion style. Don’t be shy mixing and matching.
5. See something you like? Buy it now, because it’s likely to be gone tomorrow. Remember, true vintage is one-of-kind and will likely always hold its value.
6. Give yourself plenty of time to shop at a vintage store. Clothing often is not grouped by size, so you’re likely to spend hours sorting through racks and boxes.