Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Mod-Vintage Ironstone...


When I think of Ironstone, I usually think of traditional pieces with simple yet interesting shapes.



Recently, I've found a couple of pieces that "break the mold" so to speak...



This diminutive mid-century modern cream pitcher is 56 years old...see the crazing?



It was designed by Lagardo Tackett for Schmid. 

I love it, but I don't do much mid-century modern in my home, so it' will go to Etsy, where it can make friends with this other mod ironstone pitcher.



This piece is twice the size of the other pitcher. It has been favorited many times, but has not sold yet.  




I don't really know how old this piece is, but it's post dishwasher and pre-microwave...1950's or 1960's maybe.

So, if you know anyone who likes ironstone AND mid-century mod style, send them over...

This old stuff looks like it is new-ish. Everything old is new again.

Word for the Day:
2 Corinthians 5:17
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.


Possibly Linking With:
Sunday
Sundays at Home
Monday
Mod Mix Monday
Make it Pretty Monday
Tuesday
Vintage Inspiration Tuesday
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday
The Scoop
Wednesday
Wow Us Wednesday
What’s it Wednesday
Cottage Style Party
Drop it or Swap it Party
Thursday
Under $100 Link Party
Creative Inspirations
Share Your Cup Thursday
Friday
Feathered Nest Friday
Furniture Feature Friday
Frugal Friday
Junkin’ Joe
Saturday
Party Junk



5 comments:

Daniela @Frugal Aint Cheap said...

they both have some interesting shapes. Very pretty

Jeanette@Creating A Life said...

I like both of them, but I'm not in shopping mode right now :) I will pin them, though!

Jeanette

Audrey said...

Interesting shaped pitchers. Would not have suspected them to be ironstone. I like the shape of the second one the best. They look great with the old books.
Blessings,
Audrey Z.

Deanies Stash said...

Those pitchers have great shape and character. Someone is going to love them!

Hugs, Dianne

Jann Olson said...

Both are very unique Revi. Thanks for sharing them with SYC.
hugs,
Jann