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VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN Plastic Table Set

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FACT AND FICTION:
FACT: This wonderful 1956 orange, avacado green, and yellow plastic salt and pepper/napkin set was made by St. Labre Indian School, in Ashland, Montana. I've never seen anything like it, and if Native Americans had retro kitsch tableware, this is it. The napkin or memo holder has a chu out deer, and the salt and peppers have little cut outs of Indian Braves. Excellent vintage condition.No cracks or fading.
How sweet is this?
salt and pepper 2"H
holder 4 1/2"H x 5"W

FICTION: Ramona worked hard at the reservation factory, cleaning the molds for production, but she had design ideas, ideas beyond the typical run of the mill souvenirs. She was a retro native girl, and it was the 50's, so her ideas were shockingly bold, but she was determined to find a way to leave her orange and green portfolio on the manager's desk. It wasn't that difficult , but she didn't expect the company to steal her idea, without giving er credit.

VINTAGE NATIVE AMERICAN Plastic Table Set

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: plastic
  • Feedback: 386 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
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