Vintage Christmas Items For Sale

Vintage Christmas Quilt for sale at Cat's Meow

Have you ever wished you could buy vintage Christmas items such as ornaments, angels, tree toppers, glow molds, and more all in one location? What would it feel like to walk into a 1960s Wal-Mart in December and see vintage Christmas items for sale? Would it bring back memories and make you smile?

The Cat’s Meow, located at 408 Andrews Highway, Midland, Texas has more than 2,000 beautiful authentic antique and vintage Christmas items for sale.

Vintage Christmas Boxes For Sale Cats Meow
The Cat’s Meow Christmas Room with more than 2000 Christmas pieces for sale

 These 2,000 pieces make up a Christmas Collection that features cheery Santas, snowmen, whimsical elves, and traditional ornaments that tell your favorite holiday stories.

Step back in time and visit The Christmas Room at The Cat’s Meow in Midland, Texas. Get Directions Now

Steven Porterfield has created a beautiful Christmas room filled with vintage Christmas items for sale. He said this room becomes a memory room for most people who visit. 

Memories come to mind as visitors see ornaments and other decorations from their own Christmas past and buy them. The Cat’s Meow also has many other antique and vintage items for sale. Check it out here The Cat’s Meow Vintage and Antique Clothing

Antique German Ornaments Hang on Christmas Tree

Vintage Christmas Tree with German ornaments
German ornaments hang on a small Christmas tree middle of the Christmas Room at The Cats Meow in Midland, Texas

A small table-top Christmas tree sits in the middle of the room decorated with antique German ornaments such as a small hand-knit stocking, cotton batting fruits, and old Dresden Santas dated between the 1930s and 40s. 

More Than 2,000 Vintage Christmas Items For Sale

“You would actually be surprised at how many people buy things that make them remember their childhood and their Christmas’s at home,” Steven said.

From mid-September through the end of the year, The Cat’s Meow features a Christmas room. “This year we have more than 2,000 individual items,” Steven said. The room is filled with everything you can imagine. The items are a mixture of all things from Christmas’s past.

A Room Filled with Everything from Christmas Past

Shelves filled with elves and Christmas boxes from the 1950s and early 1960s that you can put candy in. Christmas candles and all types of vintage tree toppers and beaded garlands are for sale. A huge red, white, and green Christmas quilt from Pennsylvania is hung on one of the walls. Someone made it many years ago, stored it in a trunk, and never used it. Other cases are filled with a light-up mold of Santa carrying his pack of toys. Hand-knit stockings and original double glow icicles that are original to the box are actually made of metal, unlike the newer ones that are made of plastic.

1960’s Wal-Mart Christmas Items For Sale

A treasure trove of early Wal-Mart Christmas items, still original in the box are for sale – everything from ornaments to kits for making stockings, and silk balls from the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Beautiful light-up Santa blow molds are for sale from the 1950s, 60s, 70s, and 80s. Steven said it doesn’t matter what period these molds are from because all of the years are popular with vintage lovers.

Large Analee dolls, deer, and Mr. and Mrs. Claus bring back fond memories for visitors. Beginning in 1934, Annalee began designing heartfelt gifts and decorations Annalee Dolls-Official Site

Timeless Christmas decorations for the holiday season include older turn of the century Christmas items all the way up to the 1970s. Beautiful vintage nativity scenes fill the top shelves of the room.

You will see lots of nice older Santas, Lefton Holly Berry China, angels, snowmen, bottle brush trees, Christmas carolers, and many, many vintage Santas from all time periods.

Vintage Metal Christmas Tree
1950-60s 7-foot tall Vintage silver Metal Christmas Tree for sale

Before visitors enter the Christmas room, they will pass a 7-foot tall vintage aluminum tree from the 1950s, early 60s. Unlike today’s artificial silver tinsel Christmas tree reproductions, this tree is made of real metal. It would have had a color wheel at the base which turned and the colors were green, gold, blue and red. As this wheel turned, it would light up the tree in 4 different colors.

Younger Generation Loves Vintage Christmas Decor

Older people with special memories of Christmas past are not the only buyers interested though, a lot of younger people want mid-century modern, and for Christmas, they love vintage Christmas items from the 1960s and 70s.” Steven said. “The younger generation also like ornaments that are psychedelic and wild colors as well for their Christmas decor.

Steven also sells historical clothing to Hollywood Movie Producers The Cat’s Meow Historical Clothing

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