We've added some great new vintage items to the shop, and wanted to highlight a few of them for you here. Mother's Day, Graduation, and Father's Day are all coming up, and all of these unique finds would make lovely gifts. Or a great gift for yourself! I was personally tempted to keep the vintage bottles with that beautiful leather case! This is the hardest part of selling vintage and antiques - I want to keep everything for myself!
Add a unique accent to any dresser or cabinet with these French vintage bronze cicada pulls. These one-of-a-kind pulls are the perfect touch of vintage to a modern vintage style room.
These gorgeous vintage bottles feature handwritten labels in German from their original owner. The three bottles are housed in a leather case with initials "F.R." on the top. The case was made by M. Würzl & Söhne, a Viennese company that produced leather goods in the 1800s and 1900s.
Found in recent days in France, these cosmetic bottles and beautiful leather case are brimming with rich stories. Revive these bottles to new life by filling them with essential oils, or add them to a vignette in your home to cherish their history.
Previously a useful tool, this complete collection of French antique numbered stamps were used to engrave metals. The vintage box features a well-worn label in French. These stamps evoke a sense of craftsmanship and skill from makers of a past generation.
Imagine the joyous occasions that these French vintage hors d'oeuvre skewers have been used throughout the years. From dinner parties with newlyweds to cocktail parties later in life, this collection is sure to have seen enough great moments to last a lifetime. The skewers have metal sticks and bone handles and are included in a collection of 10.
Add a little character to your office collection with these French vintage letter openers in the shape of a bull and a stallion. Appearing to be either copper or bronze, these unique vintage letter openers carry with them stories from the past that will be sure to liven up your home or business office.
Photos by Natalie Lacy Lange