I love to decorate with vintage decorations for the holidays and Easter is no exception. Easter is this coming Sunday and I thought I’d share with you a few of my favorite vintage Easter decorations.
Gurley candles were manufactured in the 40’s and 50’s right here in Buffalo, NY! The small figurine candles were made for holidays including Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Easter. In my collection I have ducks similar to these, bunnies and a few flowers.
Jadeite is glassware manufactured between 1945 and 1975 by Anchor Hocking and is highly collectible. I love these egg cups, they are perfect for Easter brunch. You can use them to hold eggs (of course) or like shown here, fill them with a little Easter grass and some candy!
I recently started collecting vintage chocolate candy molds. I like that since they are metal they add a little bit of shine to my Easter decor. They can be a bit pricey depending on where they are from and how old they are, but well worth the investment and will last for years and years.
This will sound morbid, but vintage funeral baskets are in my opinion, some of the most beautiful vintage baskets made. Some are wood and others are metal. Used to hold funeral arrangements, they have these large round handles that are perfect for creating lovely Easter arrangements in.
More vintage glassware, this time milkglass! I have an extensive collection of milkglass. Covered bunny dishes are some of my favorite pieces to collect. They look great on the dinner table!
Lastly, vintage paper mache rabbits from Germany when displayed as a group make for fun Easter decorations. The red eyes on the rabbits are a little creepy, but I still like collecting them, ha!
Do you like to decorate with vintage items for the holidays? I’d love to see how, share with #CurioBlog