The Vintage Blog — Home Decor

Charming Oval Wooden Stool with Turned Legs and Cottage Painting

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Charming Oval Wooden Stool with Turned Legs and Cottage Painting

This charming stool is made of oak. The oval top is painted with a folky pastoral scene of a thatched roof cottage, an apple tree, a lake

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Rustic Melon Basket | Hand Woven Vines Eight Ribs Branch Handle

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Rustic Melon Basket | Hand Woven Vines Eight Ribs Branch Handle

This oval melon basket was hand woven with vines over eight ribs, a closely wrapped rim and a fixed bent branch handle that's knobby and natural. 

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Dorothy Hafner 1980 Postmodern Memphis Style Porcelain Platter Original Studio Piece “Kyoto Homage”

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Dorothy Hafner 1980 Postmodern Memphis Style Porcelain Platter Original Studio Piece “Kyoto Homage”

Dorothy Hafner is an artist and designer who first experimented with paintings on porcelain in 1976. She went on to become a ceramics designer for the German company Rosenthal and for elegant retailers such as Tiffany and Co. in NYC and Neiman Marcus in Dallas. 

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Wedding Cake Mold Copper Over Tin Wonderful Wall Decor

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Wedding Cake Mold Copper Over Tin Wonderful Wall Decor

This mold is an unusual size and form and makes a terrific display piece alone or in a grouping of copper pans and molds.

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Antique Hammered Copper Syrup Jug With Funnel Spout Dovetailed 1800's

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Antique Hammered Copper Syrup Jug With Funnel Spout Dovetailed 1800's

The pitcher was formed by cutting a rectangle of copper, hammering the edges thin and making tabs (commonly called dovetails) that were folded over to form the cylinder that makes up the bottom portion. A circle of copper was cut for the bottom and attached using the same crimping technique. 

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