Vintage Turquoise Kitchen 2
I have a slight obsession with anything vintage and turquoise and get even more excited when I find a collection of vintage kitchen items that are turquosie too! I recently traveled from Alabama, down to Jacksonille, FL and back again, and had the luxury of stopping to explore thrift shops and antique malls all along the way. If you want to check out some of my previous finds check out this post. Here’s a little collection of vintage turquoise kitchen items from my most recent trip! What’s your favorite find?
How I love this flea market find! A trio of bluish turquoise vintage cookie jars in decorative glass. These would make great cookie jars again, or use them in your daughter’s room to organize ribbons, bows, belts, or other goodies. How about the bathroom filled with cotton balls, first aid supplies, or other bathroom items?! So many usess for these vintage cuties!
Or these vintage Pyrex nesting bowls – 4 different sizes, all the stack neatly inside each other with perfect turquoise paint and patterns on them…These would look great in a glass kitchen cabinet and are ready to use too if you want. I can just picture using them to do my baking and mixing, and the color makes me happy
This teapot is unmarked…so I’m not sure when exactly she was made, but she’s a delightul color and round. I’m not a big tea drinker, but she’ll be great on display!
Not sure if this piece is a creamer or a gravy boat, but I’d probably use it for both so that I have an excuse to get it out more often. I love the surprise on the inside – vivid turquoise interior. The whole piece is so shiny, and the silver trim around the edges really dresses her up.
These small drinking glasses remind me of dinners at my grandma’s house when I was a kid – of course they didn’t have them in this fabulous color – but obviously someone’s grandma did! They depict a victorian horse and carriage all around – totally awesome vintage.
This last piece may not belong in the kitchen – but I’ve included him anyhow. Paperweight anyone? What other uses have you come up with for these old telephone insulators? I’d love to know!