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Ellene Meece's Blog – June 2013 Archive (8)

TLC Collectibles

So...there are lots of vintage collectibles out there with minor need of tender loving care!

Here's three Need TLC Collectibles added in my photos this morning.

I've found while browsing garage sales that a small chip will sometimes merit it as a throw away and it…


Added by Ellene Meece on June 28, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

Bottoms Up ~ Identifying Unmarked Pottery

When Pottery Companies have an unmistakeable MARK on the bottom that tells the story of age and worth, it's one thing. But, when there are no marks, no "story" with the piece you have found at a recent flea market or garage sale, how do you identify?

Cajun Collection offers an insightful article, Identifying American Pottery, on identifying pottery with or without a mark, starting with: Look at the…


Added by Ellene Meece on June 27, 2013 at 9:24am — No Comments

Understanding Shabby Chic Cottage Style

What makes it shabby? Extremely distressed furniture or accessories? What makes it chic? The vintage chandelier? What merits the "cottage" title? That your decor lives in a small space?


Leon posted on the Barn Furniture…


Added by Ellene Meece on June 26, 2013 at 4:21pm — 1 Comment

The Charm of Vintage Aprons

Cook in style…vintage style that is with chic, stylish vintage aprons. Whether they are 50′s half aprons, full bib aprons, smock aprons, appliqued aprons, fancy hostess aprons…these cover ups add to the charm of a vintage kitchen!

Wear me...

Photo by:…


Added by Ellene Meece on June 23, 2013 at 7:03pm — No Comments


Summertime is all about fresh corn on the cob! So, it's appropriate to explore the corn patterns in vintage pottery.

Who all manufactured a corn pattern? What were some of the lines?

Three of the manufacturers who come to mind are: Shawnee, Rosemeade and Majolica. Who else made a corn pattern?…


Added by Ellene Meece on June 22, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

The Charm of a Vintage Kitchen...cont.

Ahhhh…brightly colored vintage dishes add soooooooooo much to a charming vintage kitchen! Decorate with your dishes. Use your dishes. Do NOT hide your dishes.

Photo by Country Living

Grandma’s Treasures offers several brightly colored serving pieces:…


Added by Ellene Meece on June 9, 2013 at 2:31pm — No Comments


From weird styles, to weird advertising, to weird hairdo's, weird family photos...it's FUN to share the 'off center' in vintage.

Jell-O ad from the 1950s...is Gay! :)

You are welcome to join our Weird Vintage group!

Added by Ellene Meece on June 4, 2013 at 2:24pm — No Comments

The Charm of a Vintage Kitchen

From adorable potholders to unique utensils to nostalgic kitchen linens to bright dishes to old cookbooks to fancy aprons to all kinds of kitchen collectibles, a vintage kitchen is the best!

Charm of a Vintage Kitchen - Part !

Charm of a…


Added by Ellene Meece on June 1, 2013 at 1:03pm — No Comments

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