Other Chalet Decor Items & Gifts for Skiers
We have put together a small collection of rare vintage ski accessories in order to help you add that extra touch in decorating your home or chalet.
There are 29 products.
This very elegant hand crafted phone/tablet stand makes for the perfect skiers gift! It is made with two interlocking wood pieces which makes it very easy to travel with.
You do not have to be a wine connoisseur or an expert skier to appreciate this innovative way to display your favorite vino. Balanced to hold 1, 2, or 3 bottles this wine rack will look great just about anywhere and would make a great gift!
These handmade frames are crafted with 1920's replica skis. You have a choice of several patent illustrations printed on high quality parchment paper. Displayed together, these ready-to-hang ski frames would make a very interesting decor in your home or ski lodge.
This is an ideal business card/flyer display for the Ski Lover! It can also be used for holding restaurant menus, brochures etc.
This is a very rare vintage replacement ski tip. In the event of a tip breaking on the wooden skis, the German Mountain Troops simply slipped on this adjustable aluminum tip on the ski and carried on their way. A unique piece to have for any collector or to display on the mantle of your fireplace.
The perfect gift for the passionate skier! A set of three office desk accessories for holding pens, mobile phones/tablet & business card holder.
This replica vintage "Shot Ski" holds 4 shots & is just what you need for your next ski party, wedding or après ski gathering. Beautifully handcrafted (shot glasses not included).
You can hang these three-pane ski frames (25 X 20 cm) vertically or horizontally. They come with low-resolution "place-holder" images which can easily be replaced with your own photos.
This vintage Carrera ski racing bib is missing one shoulder strap but would still look great as a ski deco item or together with your antique skis and poles on display.
The perfect place to put your books! Whether in the living room recreation room or bedroom these solid ash bookends will look great just about anywhere!
These are a pair of New Old Stock bindings made by the "Allgaüer Skibeschläge Fabrik" (Josef Ess) in Sonthofen, Germany. These vintage ESS "Standard" (Jugend 152) bindings are complete and come with the original box. Ess started manufacturing bindings in the 1950's and later created the ESS V.A.R. bindings which were way ahead of their time.
This is a unique business card/flyer/menu display mounted with a vintage Swiss "Regina" binding toe piece.
This NOS antique Ski & Pole thermometer is a very rare find and highly collectible. It is from the Czech Republic ski resort of Spindleruv Mlyn in the Krkonoše mountain range. It is the highest and the best known Czech mountain range which is the equivalent of what Chamonix is to France or what Aspen is to the United States. The temperature is displayed in degrees Celsius.
Metal runner child’s sled from the early 1900's. The metal was once repainted and now is chipped but otherwise in good condition. Would make a great display piece in a shop or home (imagine some poinsettia on the seat for that extra touch at Christmas).
These 1970's vintage "SALOMON" racing bibs are almost new and would make a perfect birthday present! They are also delivered in a very nice gift box. Many numbers from 01 to 50 are still available. Give them to a friend, ski with them, wear them at a ski party, hang them up on a wall or do it all!
This vintage ski waxing iron was used in the 50's. The source of the heat used were Meta burning tabs which were also used in various other cooking appliances for camping (even the Swiss army used them). The most practical advantage of this waxing iron was that it was easy to transport and could be used just about anywhere & anytime.
You can hang this single-pane ski frame vertically or horizontally. They come with a 20 X 25 cm "place-holder" image mounted behind plexiglas. Easily replace with your own photo or choose some high resolution photo prints from our "Hans Truöl collection". They are also ready-to-hang.
These are a pair of New Old Stock bindings made by the "Allgaüer Skibeschläge Fabrik" (Josef Ess) in Sonthofen, Gemany. These vintage ESS "Allgaü" bindings are complete , ready for mounting and come with the original box. Ess started manufacturing bindings in the 1950's and later created the ESS V.A.R. bindings which were way ahead of their time.
This 1960's race bib is from the Flims Ski School in Graubunden, Switzerland. It is in excellent condition and would look just great displayed with your antique ski & poles.
This item is also delivered in a very nice gift box!
These are a pair of New Old Stock bindings made by the "Germina Skifabrik Schmalkalden GmbH" in the ex DDR, (East Germany). These vintage GERMINA "Oberhof" bindings are complete and come with the original box. Germina also made skis, sleds and other sports equipment and were a national owed conglomerate until the "Wall" came down in 1990.
If you were a young skier back in the 1960's, you might remember competing with this vintage Toko race bib as not many others were avavilable back then.
This item is also delivered in a very nice gift box!
Carling O'Keefe originated from Canadian Breweries Limited which was the first brewing conglomerate in Canada and is now owned by Molson Coors Brewing. Like many other beer brands, Carling O'Keefe were involved in skiing events and always visible at the Après ski scene. This item is also delivered in a very nice gift box!
This is a unique business card/flyer/menu display mounted with a vintage German "Geze" binding toe piece from the 60's.
Remember these? They were the rage for about 2 seasons in the 70’s. They seemed to be a good idea at the time as one of the dangers of feet-together skiing was that of crossing the skis. Parablocks were mounted on the skis to prevent your skis from crossing. Unfortunately, if the skis did manage to cross, it was doubly difficult to get them uncrossed and back on track.
These vintage "Tip Top Wax" race bids are just what you need for your next vintage ski race or to compliment your antique ski & pole display. They are in very good condition (clean & complete) and are delivered in a very nice gift box. Tip Top ski wax was made by the Koch & Schenk company (1883-1988) in Ludwigsburg, Germany. Several numbers available.
This is a very rare (NOS) vintage replacement ski tip. In the event of a tip breaking on the wooden skis, the Swiss Mountain Troops simply slipped on this adjustable aluminum tip on the ski and carried on their way. A unique piece to have for any collector or to display on the mantle of your fireplace.
You can hang these three-pane ski frames vertically or horizontally. They come with square 34 X 34 cm "place-holder" images. Hang as shown or easily replace with your own photos or choose some high resolution photo prints from our "Hans Truöl collection".
This item can also be viewed and purchased at our showroom in Monthey (Avenue du Simplon 23 “Le Trésor”, 1870 Monthey)
The Swiss Weather Stone® is a humor display that pokes fun at the intricate technology used in modern weather forecasts, as well as the fact that their accuracy is less than perfect.
This an a great alternative to the "Classic" souvenirs from Switzerland and makes a great and original gift!