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Parade of Plates

Mark Blackwell Submitted by Mark Blackwell
October 4th, 2010
Certifikitsch Winner

I recently happened across this pretty tasty display of old diner and hotel plates, many of them western-themed, at Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica’s Bergamot Station. They were behind glass, so there’s a bit of glare going on, but you’ll get the picture…

Categories: Certifikitsch Winners, Collections, Food, Household Accessories, Kitchen, Places, Submissions, Travel souvenir

Allee Willis Museum of Kitsch

2 Responses to “Parade of Plates”

  1. Allee Willis Allee Willis says:

    Absolutely stunning! I picked up restaurant ware whenever I see it for a decent price. It’s always so amazingly well made, sometimes too heavy for my tastes, but always gorgeous. I always love the thick coffee cups too because they always make that coffee taste richer.

    At first glance my favorites would be the covered wagon in the first photo, Voodoo Village in the third photo, Trails and Hamburg Heaven In the fourth and the airplane one in the seventh.

  2. k2dtw k2dtw says:

    Fabulous post…LOVE it. So great to see this beautiful collection being used for display in a restaurant, perfect.

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