Monday, 28 March 2011

More items for vintage market

Here are a few more items I have found which I will be selling at the North London Vintage Market in Crouch End on Saturday..

Carter tile which has been made into a pot stand or trivet. I love this Daisy flower pattern, its very 1960s! I have also seen the design on a fabric by Moygashel.

Nice stainless steel toast rack made by Old Hall and designed by Robert Welch - a classic.

Unusual stainless steel strainer made by Rostrfitt of Sweden. Nice smooth wooden handle.

Large salad bowl in the Fiesta range by Barker Bros. Very 1950s design of stylised utensils. These are often monochrome in just a bluey grey colour. This one has colour decoration.

T G Green ceramic storage jar with an unusual swirly blue pattern.

Saturday, 26 March 2011

North London Vintage Market - next week!

I am getting ready for the North London Vintage Market next Saturday 2 April. I will have a lot of exciting new items for sale: Scandinavian and British ceramics, homeware, kitchenalia, glass and a few fabrics, silk scarves and vintage buttons.

I will be posting some photos over the next few days.

Here is a pretty Taunton Vale storage jar - I will be selling a full set of these..

Thursday, 10 March 2011

Hornsea pottery

Here is a quirky Hornsea mug from the 1970s which I am listing on ebay this week.

I have quite a few other bits of Hornsea pottery. I particularly like the plant pots...

Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Vintage buttons

These are some lovely vintage buttons that I bought at the weekend.

The bird buttons and the unusually shaped blue ones were from a lovely shop called Vintage Treasures in Hinckley, Leicestershire. There are some more images of vintage buttons and buckles on the website. The shop sells vintage fashion accessories, textiles, homewares and has a great range of kitchenalia. Definitely worth a visit in person or online.