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I Heart Vintage Pyrex
The one thing that makes me smile when I unload the dishwasher is to see the vibrant arrangement of vintage Pyrex that awaits me to display artfully around my kitchen. Serving food in them adds a homey touch and I find that creating a collection of various colors makes for a pretty display. You can find this Gooseberry set here. A pretty gold set. This set is just like my mom's A pretty turquoise bowl.
Antique Flour Sifter by Bromwell
This antique flour sifter from Bromwell has a lot of character - it features a lovely green handle and crank with a wooden knob. According to bromwellhousewares.com, Jacob Bromwell started a wire goods business in 1819. The Bromwell company and line of housewares still exists today.
Vintage Rooster Collectibles: Symbols of Country Life and Simpler Times
Rooster collectibles continue to attract collectors of all kinds , especially folks who adore "country farm" accessories. You can be sure t...
Just a blog about the things i love, all things kitsch! If it's tacky, ugly, campy, cutesy, quirky or wonderful, you'll find it here. You'll also find some vintage and retro things as well. What is Kitsch? Kitsch is pleasingly distasteful. It's melodramatic, overdone, gaudy and tacky or sentimental and folksy. It's so bad that it's cool. Kitsch is either cutsey fun or hideous ugliness, depending on the viewer's opinion. Enjoy the kitsch!