Vintage finds can be exciting and unique, adding a touch of nostalgia and character to your style or home.

Join me thrifting for 4 days of vintage finds while visiting our family home in Maine.  The holidays are over; it’s a new year with new reflections and goals to look forward to

Vintage cookie jars!  During the 1930s to the 1960s, cookie jars reached their peak in popularity, with various manufacturers producing designs to cater to different tastes and trends.

White metal snowshoes.  So unique used for training by U.S. Services and beautiful displayed on a snowy winter front door.

Vintage dress forms are not only functional tools for garment creation and display but also beautiful pieces of decor that add a touch of elegance and nostalgia to any space.

A few other vintage finds from the second-hand shop going out of business were some blue and white platters, Currier & Ives plates and bowls, and a patina silver pitcher, all 75% off.

There was also this white laundry basket that I thought I would paint, similar to this other magazine rack that I also found.

This watercolor framed ship was another vintage find that I purchased to accent our Coastal Maine home. It’s part of a pastel sailboat theme that I have created throughout our home.

A few more vintage finds were these wooden snowflakes that look handmade, an amber cake stand, and a spongeware pitcher and basin.

The biggest vintage find was this Royal Tara Irish China.  Join me on the blog to see more and how I decorated our table with it for Saint Patrick's Day!

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