There are a lot of things I’ve collected over the years, but one collection I’ve never gotten tired of is vintage enamelware.
It has everything I look for in a collectible item – it fits perfectly with my farmhouse style, it’s affordable, and it can be found in nearly any antique store, as well as yard sales, and thrift shops.
When my sister gave me a vintage enamelware pitcher for my birthday in January, I realized that I have a lot of enamelware, but it’s been scattered all over my house, which is fine, but grouping similar items together really draws the eye to them more.
I’ve lost count of how many tiered stands my husband and I have made with vintage enamelware. If you’ve missed any of them, you can see many of them HERE.
I even have a cute little cabinet in my kitchen that has an enamel top on it. This is one of the very first pieces I bought for our home as a newlywed, over 25 years ago. It’s lived in 5 different kitchens since I’ve owned it. I wonder how many more it’s lived in before I bought it.
Years ago, I also had a kitchen table with an enamel top, but we outgrew it when child #3 came along, and at some point I sold it. I did love that table though.
I have just a few pieces available in my shop right now, including this adorable little handled pot. It’s available HERE.
This enamelware pail with a handle is available HERE.
Are you an enamelware collector as well? If so, please share some of your photos on my FB page. Click on the camera icon in the comments are HERE, and show me YOUR enamelware collections!