Antique French Silver!

I love the heavy feel of these beautiful Parisian pieces. Over sized, they make wonderful serving pieces as well as an elegant soup spoon or dinner fork. Also, we have in some beautiful bakelite and sterling pickle forks and spreaders. Create a beautiful table-scape with some French...

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Create a Pretty Outdoor Getaway or Cozy Corner

There is something about white wicker that makes me think of relaxing summer days! Rocking in an armchair with a cool glass of something refreshing, while you listen to the sea lap on the shore, or the bees in the garden flowers can be a little slice of heaven. We have in now, a beautiful classic antique rolling cart, and rocking armchair. Come in and...

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Silver!

We have always been drawn to the rich addition that silver adds to a room. You can brighten up a corner with it’s sparkle,accent your table or warm up your kitchen. We even love the way it...

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Valentine’s Day

Come by to find the perfect gift for your honey!

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Jello Molds

I’m sure if you are a Downton Abbey fan, you have seen jello molds. Jello molds have been used in kitchens long before Mrs. Patmore and Daisy were making meals. They come in both ceramic, glass, and copper and during the 1950’s and 60’s aluminum was all the rage. My grandmother made many a jello salad. I don’t use them for jello very often, but I love the way they look, especially the ceramic and glass ones. I re-purpose them as dip or sauce containers and use them with my crudites, fruit or cheese platters etc. Here I’ve used one for my favorite Meyers lemon yogurt...

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Re-Invent, Re-Use, Re-Purpose!

One of the wonderful things about vintage pieces is that they can get your creative juices flowing. Not so much because vintage objects are usually made well, often have interesting parts to them, or are beautifully designed, but because so many of the original uses for the piece are no longer common. Just because it’s not something I would use the way it was intended doesn’t mean that it’s not an awesome piece. This is when I begin to think up a new use. Take for instance, these beautiful lamp globes. Originally, during all those years before electricity, people used oil lamps, candles or gas for light. During the Victorian era, when these were...

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