Happy New Year! 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.
Happy New Year!
Cheers to 2023! Here in the Vintage Kitchen, we think every day is worth celebrating. Shop for multiple pieces in vintage sets and you'll find the easiest excuse to (dinner) party all the year through.
Anytime an item comes to the shop with a personal handwritten note tucked inside, we revel in its details. Sometimes, it's a simple cooking tip or a recipe, sometimes it's a lost letter or a piece of stationary. Whichever the case, each note helps tell a bigger story abut a specfic person, place or heirloom. These are pieces of handtouched history that can never be replicated or replaced, so we hold them especially dear for their unique one-of-a-kind character.
Featured Expert: Luther Burbank (1849-1926)
If you are a fan of potatoes, you'll be a fan of American botanist Luther Burbank. He was the first cultivator of the Russet potato, the preferred varietal for frying, baking and mashing. Luther’s Burbank Russet, as he immediately named it, was an exciting and innovative new addition to the agricultural market for its time because of its size. Almost twice as large as typical potatoes of the late 1800s, it also boasted an adaptable cooking consistency and was more disease resistant to common blights that affected many potato crops around the world.