I haven’t done an Etsy post for a while, so I thought I would showcase some recent finds that are Salem-related or offered by Salem sellers. I was intrigued by my first item even before I realized it was set at the Salem train station (for lack of a better term); I have no idea what kind of search I was running, but it suddenly appeared! The second item, an architectural print of the Colonial Revival “fireplace nook” in the dining room of the Caroline Emmerton House on Essex Street in Salem from the American Architect and Building News, was featured in an earlier post entitled “Hand-drawn Houses” so it’s neat to see the Etsy listing. To fill my Salem basket I have added a Salem-made clock pendant, a pair of Daniel Low & Company vintage art nouveau butter knives, and a great old Essex Institute book on Salem ships.
11×14 Photographic print of Alternate Reality Train Station (8×10 also available) by Etsy seller remyphotographic.
Dining Room of Mrs. Emmerton, Salem, MA 1890 from Etsy seller stcroixarchitecture.
Antique Gold Steampunk Pendant by Etsy seller HeatherReidStudios.
Two Antique Sterling Butter Spreaders—Daniel Low & Co. from Etsy seller RobertaGrove
1925 Old Time Ships of Salem from Etsy seller Frothingham Street
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