Bethlehem Area Council Folk Art Decor

Because we firmly believe that every home could use a touch of vintage, we offer a carefully-curated collection of vintage and antique goods known as #domaciFLEA. These items may not always be in perfect condition, but they're sure to satisfy your nostalgic yearnings and peak your sentimental curiosities. 

A unique and interesting piece of folk art if ever there was one! "Bethlehem Area Council" and "My Lucky Horseshoe", along with a floral design are hand-painted on what appears to be a wooden toilet seat. Scattered amongst the floral designs are various inscriptions, signatures, and autographs dating from the 1960's.  A quirky, cool gift for those who appreciate the unique and unusual or fans of vintage kitsch.

 

  • Materials: Wood
  • Finish: White, Black, Green, Blue, Red, Yellow
  • Approximate Dimensions: 17.5"H x 15"W x .25"D
  • This item is in vintage condition and is being sold as such. Due to age, please expect some imperfections. Please review photos for specifics. 

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  • In-stock items usually arrive within 7-10 buisness days.

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  • Due to the item's vintage nature, this item is non-refundable.

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Collections: Domaci Flea, Non Exclusions

Type: Domaci Flea




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