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Borscht Belt Buckle from Catskill Carriage

Catskill Carriage Dry Goods Store

Back in the day (1920s to the 1970s), the Catskills were known as the Borscht Belt, a nickname that references the traditional beet soup made in Jewish communities. Mmmm! What better way to celebrate history than with your very own Borscht Belt buckle?! Raised antique brass with a sandblasted finish (2.5" x 3.5"). $25 plus shipping. Available on line only.

XOXO Farm Girl

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Link to Catskill Carriage in Farm Girl's Guide (See On Your Way).

Link to Catskill Carriage in The Pitchfork.

Link to Borscht Belt History in Get Lost (See Step Back in Time).

Link to the Borscht Belt buckle in the Catskill Carriage Dry Goods Store.

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