Architect and designer Bejamin Sirota has a passion for preserving tradition. His strong ties to the past are reflected in vintage design studio Easton and Belt, aptly named after the hardware store begun by his great grandfather in the 1930s. This new spin on the family business goes straight to the source of enduring style, pulling together a line of timeworn yet ageless home accents dating back to the 1920s, from weathered photographs to richly patinaed trophies. These pieces don’t strive to be cool, casual, or well worn…they just are.
Designed for juggling, this remarkable set of 2 Indian Pins signifies a fitness craze begun in the 1850s. Circa 1920s or ’30s. Wood had darkened with age. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of age.