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Vintage

1950s California Tablecloth

Uncle Bunks Trunk

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1950s California Tablecloth
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1950s California Tablecloth

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
cotton
Size:
40" L x 31" W
Color/Finish:
red/yellow/multi
Care:
machine-washable; Delicate cycle and line dary.

Why We Love This

Fun vintage souvenir cloth celebrating the great state of California. Highlighting the many attractions of the Golden State, this vintage tablecloth features Yosemite National Park, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Hollywood Bowl, Catalina Island, and more. No mention of Disneyland but a graphic for Knotts Berry Farm allows us to date this between 1947-'55. Made of cactus cloth, a nubby cotton common to vintage souvenir tablecloths.
As described by Uncle Bunks Trunk

About Uncle Bunks Trunk

Owner and founder, Leslie Upson, is a long-time vintage linen collector. Her passion for particular items - whimsicals, souvenirs, and midcentury design - is reflected in what she sells. Most items (barring mint condition) have been carefully restored by her: hand washed, line dried, and carefully pressed. This is a labor of love: finding old treasures new homes.