Friday, July 18, 2008

Friday Flea Market ~ Vintage Cookie Tins

Welcome to Friday Flea Market. This week my theme will focus on vintage and antique cookie tins. I do love them and have far too many LOL. Quite a few people seemed interested in the cookie tin that made it into the homemade fudge post a few weekends ago. I thought I would list a few vintage tins in my Etsy shop to see how they do. It does give me an excuse to buy more if they find new homes :)

SOLD ~ an antique cookie or biscuit tin with Victorian scenes. It is 4.5 inches in diameter and 7.5 inches tall. It has a procelain knob at the top and gold trim along the sides. It does show signs of age, but is still very pretty.

The vintage tin (10 x 6 x 3 inches) with the raised floral detail is from Holland.
Love those florals !

SOLD ~ 8 inch tin is also from Holland ~ Bright Vibrant colors with a Mosaic design
(and perhaps a few fudge crums)

SOLD ~ smaller tin (5.5 by 2 inch) is marked Made in France ~ Pretty florals Regal colors

Thank you for dropping by. Please visit our hostess Polly and the other vendors by clicking the Friday Flea Market link on my blog roll. Have a great weekend !!!!


Nancy said...

Welcome Back!

Well, it didn't take me long to snap up a couple of your lovely tins!

Take care,
Hugs, Nancy

Karen said...

Hi Nancy! You are a speedy gal :) Thank you for the purchases. I will mail your tins this afternoon.

I need to do some blog hoppin' and check out what I missed this week. I'll be heading over to your blog right away.

Thanks again, Karen :)

Jenn said...

Beautiful tins Karen.... must have been hard to part with! But, yes, you can hunt for more now.... that's the fun part!!

Deb said...

What's this Sold, Sold, Sold!!!! my pictures haven't completely downloaded yet and all I see is sold....... I can see why though very pretty tins, congrats Karen on passing them on to a new homes, now you can hunt for more. Hugs Deborah

Cami said...

Great tins! I just bought a bunch yesterday. They're in the staging area ready for photographing and logging for inventory/tax purposes. The unromantic side of all the vintage loveliness!

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

Beautiful tins! I bet it was hard to part with those!

Rachel said...

I have a tin identical to the one you show that you sold recently; an 8-inch cookie tin from Holland. Do you know anything about it? I'm very curious to know how old it is. Thanks.