Other Items

97.00 CHF

This very functional ski stand is ideal for displaying your vintage skis and poles.  Rather than have your vintage skis take up a lot of your wall room, you can use these stands to display your skis in an upright position while giving them an authentic museum quality look. Assembly is required, needed mounting parts are included but wood glue is needed.

249.00 CHF

Add rustic utility to your chalet or home with this ski wall shelf. Hand-hewn child's skis make up the two vertical supports, while aged wood shelves lend handcrafted function. The raw-appearance of the natural wood gives this piece an organic, distressed look. Great for toiletries, kids room and recreation room accessories.

225.00 CHF

This Ski Snowflake was designed as ski chalet home decor.  Add a clock face to it, lights etc. hang it on the wall or hang it outside of your garage.


A unique addition to your mountain retreat, these bar stools are wonderfully designed. Seat swivels 360 degrees.  Made from solid Ash. Requires - 4 bolt assembly to attach the seat to the base. 

115.00 CHF

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).

359.00 CHF

Backyard sledding provided winter memories for thousands of children and adults alike. We have taken an historic flat runner sled and reproduced them with bases to welcome guests as they enter your home as entry benches. Additional uses as unique end tables, holiday displays or bed benches. 

1,129.00 CHF

This table, inspired by the horse-drawn logging or timber sleds of the late 1880's, brings a touch of cozy American history into the home. Made from custom crafted hand forged iron and ash wood, this sled table is the perfect piece to add winter tranquility and rustic novelty to just about any room. Only ships within Switzerland. Please contact us for further information.

1,450.00 CHF

This is a very unique sled from the 1950's with a solid steering wheel and a brake. The sled was inspired by and marked "Fridtjof Nansen" (faintly visible) who was a Norwegian explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanitarian, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate. This was the first steering wheel toboggan with cable steering, and Nansen himself gave permission for manufacturer K. K. Lien & Co Plogfabrikk on Tromøya to use the name.

The sled is in very good condition & mechanically sound - nothing missing or broken. The patina is very nice and shows only minor signs of wear. The hand brake lever operates both the front & rear braking system. The metal runners and other metal parts are in amazing shape with only a few specks of rust.