Here’s a small selection of items found on my vintiquing travels…
A stack of Victorian books – The covers are simply gorgeous.
A selection of finds – Particularly like the “Fragile” wine box & “Telephone” sign.
Vintage garden sign – Would make a great wall feature.
French tin signs – Love the colours & look at those red nails!
French egg basket – So many ways to repurpose this find.
Thrift savings Box
Bright & bold kids chairs – Just wish I could find grownup versions for myself!
Hanging candle holders – Would look great in a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen…basically anywhere!
Vintage metal bucket – Has been used for coal but I like it with flowers.
Vintage irons, could be used as door stops or paper weights?
Made a display with Victorian bottles & jars in this great “Fresh Rolls” crate.
Vintage metal wine wrack – I’ve kept one for myself!
1970’s American tin found on my US travels – Love the colours.
Vintage Crate & work box from William A Barker Farms – sturdy stuff.
Really useful (and cute) vintage wooden kick step.
A selection of goodies for the garden – You don’t have to be green fingered to enjoy these!
French baguette basket – A gorgeous looking reason to buy or bake fresh bread!
Original French gilt mirror & Blue enamel jug.
A rare antique Swiss “Chocolat” box – 5 Kgs! They don’t make them like that anymore!
Cute 1950’s Wade Jug – A lovely little addition to tea time.
1950’s First Aid Box – A stylish alternative to the green plastic one kept in the bathroom cupboard!
A selection of vintage tins – Unusual designs.
1940’s Travel Trunk – Original Rail travel stamps from the 1950’s.
1950’s Revelation Suitcase – What a smart fellow!
A beautiful wicker basket.
An assortment of 1950’s tins, Victorian glass bottles & ceramic jars.
Vintage Witch’s Broom – I really like the the red metal detailing.
Rare French Butter Box – Perfect for storage or a side table.
Folding Oak Church Pew (can fold flat)- The wood is gorgeous – a really flexible seating option.