Welcome to the Vintage Kitchen shop. Here you'll find an ever-evolving assortment of curated vintage and antique kitchenware dating from the 1800s to the 1970s.
We are a small but mighty shop determined to tell interesting stories about items that make your space come alive. With a nod towards classic design and colorful character, you'll discover timeless pieces that float flawlessly between decades making them eternally stylish no matter what the time period.
Here in the Vintage Kitchen, we are story lovers (and suspect that you might be too). Each item offered in the shop tells a unique tale from time highlighting both its place and importance in history.
New items added weekly! Gift cards available here.
The Holidays Are Here...
The spirit of the season is in all the little details that make the holidays special... a pretty dish, a soft linen dinner napkin, a tea cup steeped in warmth and history. Shop for unique one of a kind serving pieces and dinnerware sets that will make your festive meals all the more memorable.
THOUGHTFUL GIFTS THAT LAST
Vintage cookbooks aren't just spur of the moment gifts that provide a temporary sense of glee - they are thoughtful presents that last the whole year through and can inspire a lifetime of memories. Surprise your favorite cook with a collection of vintage recipes and watch some magic unfold in the kitchen.
Featured Vintage Recipe: Cranberry Relish, New England style
The holiday table is never complete without a bowl full of cranberries. If you'd like to change things up from the wiggly-jiggly cranberry sauce served just out of the can, we'd recommend this homemade New England Cranberry Relish recipe. Combining raisins, cranberries, oranges, walnuts and citrus peel, it corporates all the fresh flavors of the sesaon and is quick and easy to make. Hailing from the historic port city of Mystic, CT this recipe brings a touch of traditional New England fare home to your kitchen for the holidays.
Featured Artist: Tony Sarg (1880-1942)
Tony worked with a number of well-known brands throughout his career, but he is most remembered for his work at Macy's department store during the 1920s and 30s, where he created the first large-scale oxygen, then helium, filled balloons. These balloons would become a beloved flagship feature in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (originally known as the Christmas Parade) and would go on to inspire generations of future puppeteers including Jim Henson.
Spirited and fun-loving, Tony, an artist in all ways and all mediums also ran a curiosity shop in Nantucket where he made and sold toys, whimsical inventions, marionettes, games, books, and decor pieces with his hallmark style encapsulating the essence of good-natured fun and joie-de-vivre.