February 1, 2013Vintage Souvenirs-What’s On Your Coffee Table?
I know you’ve seen the travel souvenirs accumulated by grandparents, parents and well, yourself scattered about the house.
But nothing could be more MCM than memories of trips gone by. And if you want a real taste of Americana, let me show you what I found on Etsy.
From seller ArtVandalDesigns this ceramic wall hanging.
From seller BabylonSisters this resin wall hanging. Fabulous lobster!
From seller littlebigshop a resin plate to hang.
From seller studiostebbylee an ashtray too beautiful to use for ashes!
From seller ShabbyVintageHome a ceramic trinket box. Gorgeous!
From seller InheritedTraits a ceramic foot!
From seller LadyRoseTreasures a pair of wooden shoes.
From seller CarlysCurations this wild ceramic table lighter!
From seller BlueRidgeRetro this fantastic woven tote!
From seller independencevintage a wood snap shot album.
From seller Lilasloot put on your sombrero. Ole!
From seller moxiekin, clickity-clack your castanets!
From seller WhenRosesBloom, then shake your maracas!
From seller vintageeclecticity a spoon rest.
From seller PapasGoodOleDays, leather coin purses. Cute!
From seller Ablast2thepast wooden Hawaiian tray.
From seller BingoBox, a tray, coasters, plates and unique ashtray.
From seller hossandgoose, salt & pepper shakers that look like irons!
From seller LUXURYLIFE, a ceramic Mai Tai glass from the Islander Restaurant in Stockton, California.
From seller SSAliceAndGypsyWagon shot glasses from Las Vegas.
From seller NewLifeVintageRVs, (3) items:
A ceramic planter
(2) pennants from Canada
From seller NouveauOrleans and immaculate loose-powder compact!
From seller prWhimsy, a must-have souvenir thermometer.
From seller postGingerbread a colorful paperweight for your desk.
From seller nanusdollectibles, a frosted high-ball glass.
So, readers, how many travel souvenirs do you own and display? Tell us about your favorite souvenir that you own