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Aren’t getting enough Baltimore Saltboxes on your daily strolls? Now you can invite them home and into your hearts. Here’s a list of all the places you can get saltbox-related products. If you’re interested in having a link to your saltbox swag featured here, please let us know at baltimore.saltbox@gmail.com.

Items By Baltimore Saltbox

We’re the creator of the Saltbox-themed zine Saltbox Concern: The Journal of the Baltimore Saltbox – Vol. 1 and sell Baltimore Saltbox T-shirts, Onesies, and Tote Bags to raise money for Moveable Feast.

The Broken Plate Company

Baltimore Saltbox Enamel Pin

Nobody can keep up with the amount of awesome saltbox (and non-saltbox) items Juliet Ames has for sale over at The Broken Plate Company. A partial list includes coffee mugs, saltbox ornaments, salt cellars, jewelry, pins, stickers, postcards, and prints. Go check it out!

Hogmailion

Saltbox set with book and pins

The artist known as Hogmailion has been creating saltbox-themed art pieces, such as pins, mousetraps, music boxes, and magnets, for many years, including the very first saltbox zine. His work is available for sale at Atomic Books or by reaching out to him directly at hogmalion@gmail.com.

Nicholas Wardell

Nobody outside of Baltimore loves the saltbox more than Nicholas Wardell. His saltbox birdhouses are available on Etsy, and his Instagram account (@npwardell) is must follow.

Charm City Meadworks

What to know what a saltbox tastes like? The smart answer is no. However, if you want some tasty saltbox-themed cysers and meads, our friends at Charm City Meadworks have created seasonal beverages like Salt Box Summer and Salt Box Sweater.

Merino Creation

3-D printed saltbox

Merino Creations fires up the 3D printer to make a nifty saltbox ornament and dozens of other fantastic plastic pieces available in their Esty shop. Check them out!

Rybek Woodworking

Rybek Woodworking has a fantastic DIY video on making your own full-sized saltbox, so this little saltbox magnet is just an extension of his love of the box. Check out Rybek Woodworking’s site for some cool, innovative designs, both large and small.