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Armed with a healthy dose of humor and a keen eye, Junk2Funk founders Shana Gorondy and John White have set out on a mission to transform junky into funky and put a piece of crazy in every living room. From bold mid-century pottery and tableware, to unusual garage sale scores, these eclectic collections spark the imagination.
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American Express glass plate tray from the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair. Features an illustration of the “Money Tree,” which was made up of over 6,000 pieces of currency laminated in plastic. This landmark was a popular meeting place for World’s Fair visitors. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. No cracks, chips, or breakage.
L 7” W 9”
Born out of Shana Gorondy and John White’s love of old objects, Junk2Funk was founded in 2010. The Sanford, Florida, company specializes in classic and quirky mid-century objects, which Gorondy and White collect from thrift stores, and estate and garage sales. Some finds are left untouched, while others are refurbished into eccentric contemporary furnishings.