South Dakota Dish Towel
Like our embroidered pillow and thermal bottle, this original design celebrates the State of South Dakota.
"The design is silk-screened, then framed with a hand embroidered border on a 100% cotton dish towel/ hand towel/ guest towel/ bar towel. Three stripes down both sides and hand dyed rick-rack at the top and bottom add a charming touch from a bygone era. It comes in a organdy re-usable pouch.
Beer Flight Set
Barley to Barrel Beer Flight Set.
Here's a great way to sample a flight of four artisanal brews. Our set of four Belgian
Tulip Taster Glasses fits nicely into the paddle-shaped wooden server. Each tasting
glasses is printed with the museums name and title of our exhibit on
brewing beer in South Dakota.
- Each 5 oz. glass: 2"Dia x 4"H
- Paddle: 18"W x 4"Dia x 5/8"H
- Each glass is screen printed in black: Barley to Barrel: South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum
- Glass, and wood
- Glasses are dishwasher safe
- Paddle: Clean with a soft, damp cloth
- Set of 4 glasses with paddle
USA Made and Imported
South Dakota Thermal Bottle
Take your love of South Dakota with you wherever you travel!
Our 18 ounce food grade stainless steel thermal bottle will keep your drinks COLD for 24 hours and HOT for 12 hours!
*Fits ice cubes.
*BPA & Lead Free
*Non-slip bottom prevents spills.
*Hand wash only.
*The food grade stainless steel doesn't leach or retain flavors.
*Cap loop for ease of carrying or use with a carabiner.
South Dakota Embroidered Pillow
The Mount Rushmore State! This original design celebrates the State of South Dakota.
The pillow is entirely HAND embroidered on light tea-colored organic cotton.
It takes up to one week to complete one pillow. The pillows are unique because each artisan lends a certain flair and signature to his/her work. Each pillow is accented with black velvet piping.
SDSU Signature Trappers Wool Blanket
Our SDSU Signature Wool Trapper Blanket is reminiscent of the
wool blankets that were traded with Native Americans
for pelts, buffalo robes,
pemmican, moccasins and other trade goods.
Native Americans prized the blankets because of their ability to hold heat
even when wet.
Dimensions: Queen (90" x 96")
100% Virgin South Dakota Wool
Machine was in cold water, line dry
Made in USA