With their sweet and delicate floral print, these dessert plates are timeless...except since they were made in West Germany, they are definitely of a certain time, when such a place existed, after Germany was separated into East and West, and before it was reunified.
These are the small details on our pottery and housewares that represent big social changes and will someday fascinate historians. But hey, with 80+ years having past since WWII, perhaps we are the historians too.
This little set hails from a narrow sliver of mid-century time when Japan was making our trinkets for us. What the tray lacks in substance... View full product details
We cannot promise that these 1950s spice shakers will make you into a French cook, but they will certainly bring some vintage charm to your... View full product details
This gorgeous set is classic mid-century and yet it has its own unique presence. The deep earthy colors and asymmetrical stone shapes are quite timeless,... View full product details
What a lovely vintage decanter and glass set this is. Clear glass with just a simple grape motif on a band of cranberry, with gold... View full product details