Man Cave of the All Vintage Man

What’s in your Man Cave? Does it reflect your personality? Is it full of your favorite things? Here’s a look inside the Man Cave of the All Vintage Man:

1920s No Trespassing Sign from AllVintageMan.etsy.com

1920s No Trespassing Sign from AllVintageMan.etsy.com

Our All Vintage Man is a private sort of guy and cherishes his privacy. He only allows visitors  inside his Man Cave by invitation ~ as evidenced by this authentic No Trespassing sign from the 1920s.

Once used by landowners to keep unwanted visitors from stomping across their property, these signs are perfectly aged around the edges, in excellent condition and ready to be hung on the interior or exterior walls of a Man Cave. Our All Vintage Man chose to frame his.

Wool Drivers Cap c.1950 allvintageman.etsy.com

Wool Drivers Cap c.1950 allvintageman.etsy.com

Once inside the Man Cave, we see his perfect wool driver’s cap haphazardly tossed on a comfortable easy chair.

It’s from the 1960s and was made by an English hat maker.

The earliest hats date back to freed slaves in ancient Greece and Rome. And, the history of the felt hat, like the one pictured to the left, got its start from the patron saint of felt hat makers. He supposedly discovered wool felt when he filled his sandals with flax fibers to keep his feet warm! Now that’s an All Vintage Man!

1970s Vintage Trench Coat from AllVintageMan.etsy.com

1970s Vintage Trench Coat from AllVintageMan.etsy.com

Back in the Man Cave, we find the All Vintage Man’s trench coat next to the wool driver’s cap.

The coat is fully lined for warmth and comfort on those chilly fall evenings and misty spring mornings.

The All Vintage Man isn’t concerned about the wrinkles his coat takes on from its place on the chair, he rather likes the rumpled effect and is unconcerned.

Vintage Smoking Pipe from AllVintageMan.etsy.com

Vintage Smoking Pipe from AllVintageMan.etsy.com

The All Vintage Man’s Man Cave has the faint, woodsy aroma of pipe tobacco. Off to the side, on a bookshelf loaded with leather bound books, we find his pipe.

Finely polished and poised for use, the 1960s walnut bowl is ready for packing with the All Vintage Man’s favorite tobacco.

If it’s one thing he’s particular about, it’s his pipe. Gripping it between his teeth, he smiles at his reflection. It gives him that debonair look synonymous with the All Vintage Man.

AllVintageMan.etsy.com

AllVintageMan.etsy.com

Take a quick stroll through All Vintage Man’s independent shop on Etsy and browse through all the merchandise that appeals to the dashing, debonair and daring side of you!

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