Antique Archaeology sells American Heritage-style clothing, accessories and home decor. Books, kitchenware and children's apparel are also available. The clothing line mainly consists of T-shirts and tank tops.Continue Reading
Antique Archaeology offers men's, women's and unisex shirts, as well as tops for kids. Shirts are crafted in the American heritage, Americana-style; colors, textures and graphics are meant to evoke the rugged, utilitarian motif of blue-collar Industrial-era America. The men's line, for instance, includes a motorcycle mechanic's shirt with a faded AA logo on the back. Designs for ladies and children follow a similar aesthetic. As of 2015, the brand's line of tops sells for about $25 each.
Antique Archaeology's "Rustoration Lighting" line of lamps features handcrafted pieces with Industrial-era designs and worn parts. The body of the "Henry Funnel Lamp" is entirely composed of rusted metal components. As of 2015, pieces range from about $225 to $375. A line of mugs imprinted with the brand's logo are also available, including a piece made from a mason jar.
The store also carries a number of books on salvaging or "picking" featuring Mike Wolfe. Titles include "The Art of the Pick," a collection of photographs showcasing unique American salvage, and "American Pickers Guide to Picking," a field guide to picking and the salvage trade.Learn more about Antiques