Here’s a quick peek at some vintage homewares heading to the H is for Home shop soon.
It’s getting harder to find nice vintage bedding – particularly unused. So we were very pleased to find these two 1960s floral sets – one in shades of orange, one blue. Each double bed set comprises top sheet, bottom sheet and pair of pillowcases.
This gorgeous biscuit jar was designed by Anita Nylund in the 1960s – this hand painted range for Jie Gantofta has such a distinctive look. You can also get tea, coffee, sugar, salt, rice, dried fruit and so on. We’ve even seen a jar for fish!
This zingy orange filing tray will certainly brighten up a dull office – but perhaps not a dull tax return!
We love these vintage first aid cabinets – we’ve got a small one in our bathroom which contains the emergency items. When we say emergency we’re stretching things a bit – plasters, bandages, scissors & Savlon more like!!
This metal one is huge though – it could fit your entire toiletry needs. It dates from the 1920s/30s sort of era. The WRCC stands for West Riding County Council.
Another great item from Worcester Ware next. We mention them quite often, but they produced some lovely metalware. This rice tin dates from the 1950s and features agricultural workers from around the world – tea pickers, rice growers, coffee harvesters etc.
Alongside the tin is this small pottery tureen. It’s from the Wasa range produced by Rorstrand Pottery – we don’t think we’ve ever had any of this before. We love the pattern’s simplicity & colours.
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