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This Is Your Chance to Own a Tiffany’s Dog Bowl That Once Belonged to Joan Rivers

If you’ve seen the documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, you’ll be familiar with the famous comedian’s distinctive taste in home decor. “This is how Marie Antoinette would’ve lived if she’d had money,” Rivers cracks at one point in the footage. Well, here’s your chance to get some of that style for yourself.

This 1970 New York Times Trend Piece on Woman Comedians Is Eternal

"Time was when a woman comedian had to make herself ugly, cross her eyes, or fall down in order to get laughs. Her hair stuck straight up in the air–or else it resembled a ragmop. And it didn't hurt any if she was a few dozen pounds overweight," is the lede to this New York Times piece from 1970 about the rise of…

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