Vintage Tins

I’ve been admiring vintage tins lately on Etsy and couldn’t wait to share my favorite finds.  The lemony sweet selection above makes my heart skip a beat, specifically the French “Allumettes” which means matches.  It can be found HERE at LeBox Shop.   For some floral fun, this 1950′s candy tin from Jacklom3 can be found HERE.  I think it’s the perfect place to keep my secret button collection.  Finally, this cheerful trio also from LeBox Shop can be found HERE.  They can hide away small kitchen trinkets like toothpicks, rubberbands and items that get lost in the drawers!

Below is a pastel collection of tins suited more for a vintage chic ladies room!  I just love the tall French En Vogue talcum power tin from 1924.  It can be found HERE at MeshuMash.   Next, the lavendar “bath powder” tin from Alice’s Pocket is so very Marie Anntoinette.  Find it HERE.  Last but not least, this little green gem was used for cough drops but it is the perfect size for storing bobby pins and hair clips.  Stop in at Rhubarb & Apples Vintage, especially if you’re a UK reader – HERE.

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15 Responses to Vintage Tins

  1. AH! I immediately recognize that antique talc power tin!!
    That’s from my darling friend Irit of MeshuMash!!
    Gotta let her know you have so sweetly featured her here :D :D

    • Mandy says:

      Yay! I didn’t get a chance to write everyone above yet :) I usually like to let people know how much I love their stuff! Thanks for commenting again!

  2. amymayd says:

    Love these picks! Gorgeous tins!

  3. Irit says:

    Love this gathering, lovely mood, thank you so much :). Irit

  4. Lauren says:

    Thanks so much for adding our Charma tin…it’s my favorite tin we have. So glad to have found your blog!

  5. Omg, I love these. I think I may just have to cross the line and become a hoarder so I can hoard these!

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  8. Gorgeous! Love the French Allumettes tin!!

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