Our Vintage Homeware Collection

vintage collectionExplore our timeless, vintage homeware collection

The hard work has been done for you, all that’s left is to visit the Vintage Collection to find your perfect piece…plus I’ll be continually searching for more unique treasures to add to the collection so keep popping back to see what else becomes available!

Last year I launched the Antique Cowbells Set and Garland as well as the Reclaimed Vintage Brick Moulds and both have become huge best-sellers, so it felt like the right time to expand this side of the business. Here I’ll explore our timeless, vintage homeware collection to give you a little bit of history and styling inspiration…

Antique Metal Cowbells

Archaeological evidence of bells dates back to more than 5000 years ago where there is evidence of early forms of pottery cowbells, which were likely used to track goats, sheep, and cattle. The pottery bells were later replaced by metal bells.

Made by artisans in India, these cowbells are perfect for boho and modern farmhouse decor styled on a shelf, coffee table or on wreaths at Christmas.

Reclaimed Indian Brick Mould Boxes

Once used in India to make bricks, these wooden boxes have been refurbished by artisans and are totally unique.

Use as a storage box for toiletries, craft items and kitchen or fill with flower bulbs and moss to create a breathtaking display for weddings, dinner parties, the kitchen island or coffee table.


Vintage Marmalade Pots

These charming handmade Antique Stoneware Marmalade Jars were found in England and used to be filled with marmalade or jam then sealed with greaseproof paper that was tied around the top. They are estimated to be over one hundred years old, making them truly special and unique.

There are so many uses for them including vessels for holding utensils in the kitchen or pantry, pens on a desk, or cut flowers throughout the year.

Victorian Ink Pourers in Beige and Brown 

These charming Antique Brown or Beige Stoneware Ink Bottles date back to around the late 1800s to early 1900s and were once used by the Victorians for holding ink.

Now they look beautiful styled with a single stem or grouped together on a shelf.

Stoneware Jar Utensil Pot

These stunning two tone Vintage Stoneware Jar Utensil Pots are salt glazed and make the perfect addition to a rustic or modern farmhouse kitchen to hold utensils or perhaps using as a planter for herbs and bulbs. They look equally stylish filled with a group or single dried hydrangea or seed head.

I hope you’re inspired by this charming collection and I can’t wait to keep searching for more treasures!

Kel x


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