Archive for the ‘RETRO GOODIES’ Category
Buy One – Get 2nd Solo Cube Lunchbox 50% off
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Vintage Cracker Box
Made to be repurposed—before there was cardboard and paper packaging, crackers were stored, and even sold, in metal boxes meant to be repurposed when empty. Perfect for holding a candle, cookies…or even crackers if you choose.
Age, weathering, and patina are inherent in each bambeco found object. Chipped edges and other signs of life are typical of these vintage items. These unique found items are available in limited quantities. Dates to midcentury.
The Doors – Winterland (San Francisco, CA) Dec 26, 1967
Advertised as “Six Days of Sound,” Bill Graham set up a run of shows for six nights that culminated in one of his epic New Year’s concerts. To accommodate the crowds, the venue was “the Fillmore scene at Winterland,” and artists ran the gamut from Chuck Berry to the Doors and Big Brother & the Holding Co. to Quicksilver Messenger Service.
The 1st printing poster is on uncoated index, and it measures 14″ x 21 1/16″. It was printed before the concert.
In 1993, the 2nd printing poster (see BG099-2) was produced on coated glossy stock. A white balloon containing the words “The Fillmore Poster Ties” is displayed in the lower right corner. It measures 13 1/16″ x 19 1/2″.
The 3rd printing is on smooth glossy stock and has a Wolfgang’s Vault notation in the lower right hand margin (not our watermark as seen in the image). It was printed in 2010 by the Bill Graham Archives LLC in a 500 copy run. This reprint measures 24 1/2″ x 37″.
Delicious Cupcake Metal Sign
Yummmmmmm! Vintage 50’s and made in the USA
Nostalgic Cupcakes Sign
Now this is a cupcake! Our Delicious Cupcakes Tin Sign pictures an oversized confection with a thick swirl of azure blue frosting. We even remembered the cherry on top. This cool kitchen sign features distressed detailing and worn edges that make it look like a vintage original. It’s fun and yummy, just how you like your retro decor!
Heavy Duty 24 Gauge Steel
Pre-drilled for Easy Hanging
Measures: 12W x 16H Inches
Design from the RetroPlanet Collection
Made in the USA
Style any drab space with the cutesy retro magnets. Dress up your locker, file cabinet or refrigerator.
Cute Retro Birds Butterfly Nature 1″ Magnets Set of 6
Handcrafted indie artisan jewelry and fashion accessories.
This set of 6 one inch 1″ magnets are made with professional quality printing and parts. This set of 6 will arrive in a black with gold stars organza pouch. The additional photos show the back of the magnet and the pouch.
Hershey’s® Syrup Candle
Betty’s Attic always has the coolest in retro decor finds. This Hershey’s candle is certain to bring back childhood memories.
Tantalizing candle smells so much like the real thing, you might want to hide the spoons!
Burn time: approx. 90-110 hours. 4″ tall; 3.25″ diameter.
Red Silvertone Record Clock
It’s a feel good retro style clock from a crafter at Trillium Artisans. This clock is handmade from a recycled vinyl record and is a sure fit to any throwback, vintage or music collector.
Made by Trillium Artisans member Christine Claringbold of Eye Pop Art from a recycled vinyl record.
This groovy vintage red record has been transformed into functional home decor with a retro flair.
These clocks are made from red Silvertone Record Club records. Please note, each album title is different and yours may vary from the one shown in the photo.
The clock is approximately 11.5″ in diameter (29.21 cm).
Assembled with a new quartz clock movement and simple black hands.
According to wikipedia: Silvertone Records was a record label manufactured for Sears, Roebuck and Co. for sale in their chain of department stores and through mail order.
Silvertone Records were manufactured c. 1905 – 1931, and then revived briefly in 1940 – 1941. Early releases were single-sided lateral-cut gramophone records; in the late 1910s double-sided discs began to be released. Most discs were manufactured by Columbia Records, while some were made by Paramount Records and Gennett Records. Earlier along in the label’s history, it was used to supplant its sister label Oxford Records.
Let this musical history live on in your home with an Eye Pop Art record clock!
Take Out Menu Box – Retro Phone
Organize your take out menus with this cute retro menu holder sold at Details Art.
Take Out Menu Box – Retro Phone Design
by Cucina Tatutina
Add a little vintage charm to your kitchen with this retro phone take out menu box. A great housewarming or hostess gift!
Painted wood, measures 9.5″ x 9.5″ x 4″