Wednesday, September 12, 2012

For Sale: Vintage Lovelies


Hey my sweet friends!  I’m hoping you are all having a lovely  week so far.  I’m back with a little “vintage sale” here on my blog…

I’m offering the following items on a first-come, first-serve basis. (Through email )

If you see something you are interested in purchasing, send me an email, and we will work it out :)

breakfast nook window wall

The first item is this authentic French Bottle Drying Rack.


new kitchen herb rack

It’s a large size, standing 30” tall and measuring approximately 16 1/2” in diameter at the base. This French Drying Rack has a gorgeous soft gray zinc patina and is an incredible statement piece for a kitchen or dining room. 

breakfast nook rootbeer bottles

It also acts as a serving piece for entertaining and displaying or drying your bottle collection; holding up to 56 bottles.

breakfast nook french bottle rack 2

Second, is a vintage aluminum tea kettle.


spring berries 2

This lightweight kettle stands approx 11” tall (including handle), and measures approx 12” across (including spout).  The handle has a great rusty patina.  There is no lid included…so it acts as a great vase for flowers or storing kitchen utensils.

breakfast nook teapot

I’m also selling this wonderful wooden vintage ice cream maker.


summer table centerpiece

I used it on a tablescape for a photo shoot for FOLK magazine in the Spring.  It’s equipped with all original parts, and is very heavy.  It stands approx 13” tall and measures 15” across (including handle).

summer table ice cream freezer

Would you like a vintage wooden ladder?  Oh how I’ve enjoyed this ladder!


dining room ladder

It’s served as a perfect spot for grainsacks, throws, and bottles.  Still adorning the original paint job, it stands five feet tall.  It would serve as decoration purposes only, as it is a bit rickety, and would not support a person.

vintage green ladder

The prices listed above for each item does NOT include shipping…


Please send me an email ( ) if you’re interested

in purchasing something…

and soon these vintage lovelies could be enjoying a new spot in your home :)

Thanks so much for visiting my blog today :)



Amy Kinser said...

Wow! Great stuff you are selling. I love that you showed us ideas of how you used each item. Beautiful!

Katherine Wolak said...

Ohhh I am in love with everything here!!!! That bottle dryer is particularly beautiful!!


pballard said...

Oh Lovely things.. I have admired them for awhile now on upir blog..I so want a drying rack. Wish I was richer and closer.. Blessings

Burlap Luxe said...

Hi Becky, all your treasures are wonderful, I almost bought an old ice cream churn the other day at out local thrift :)
Love the beautiful photos

Pam Lambky said...

Becky, found your great blog on Katie's Rose Cottage. Love your style and your taste in "French Must Have furnishings"! Can't wait to go through and explore everything...Would love to have you stop by my blog and enter my "Paris Monday's monthly giveaway! xo's Pam

Anne Marie said...

your home is so gorgeous

hope you are doing well!
Anne Marie

rustic interior design said...

I really like to read.Hope to learn a lot and have a nice experience here! my best regards guys!

Art and Sand said...

I wish so much that I had space for the French bottle rack. I have wanted one for years, but alas, our little cottage has no space for such a lovely.
Your photos are beautiful.

Rita said...

the ladder is perfect color, with the light coming in reminds me of nonna's house in Sicily. I hope you sold everything. Ciao Rita

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