Vintage Easter Collectibles and an African Violet



I'm all into vintage, but as I stated in an earlier post, I don't have many Easter vintage items.

I collect Lefton angels from the 1950's,1960's and 1970's, mostly Christmas porcelain/ceramic angels.



Occasionally, I get other holiday angels. I think my Mom gave me this one.


This sweet little April angel with an Easter egg wrapped in a bow, is marked "Japan".





This is a George W. Horner & Co. Ltd (made in England) Assortment of Toffees tin that is from my childhood. In the foreground, a vintage silver button egg made by me with a styrofoam egg and my button stash.





Lastly, I have a vintage bowl that holds three African Violets. Two pink and this purple one. The purple one is in full bloom.

They never have bloomed all at once.  I will share the pink ones in a about a month or so.  (No outdoor blooms to share yet up North!)

I hope you enjoyed this hodge podge blog post!







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6 comments:

  1. I've never seen one of those little, vintage angels holding an Easter egg before, Carlene. It's really cute. And I like your idea of covering the styrofoam egg with old buttons. ;)

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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  2. Carlene -
    Lefton Angels....Really? My mom had one that she always put out at Christmas time. I will have to see if it is still at the farm. What a sweet memory and now I have a name for her. Thanks for posting. Love your collection!!!

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  3. The little Easter angel is darling! Love your collections and the violet is gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful collection!
    ... Visiting from Potpourri Friday. I'm #95

    Greetings from Australia♥

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  5. Oh my they are lovely!

    Happy day, happy spring, happy happy everything!

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  6. The little birthday angel is sweet! I love Lefton! It's neat that you still have the cute candy tin!
    Those violets are beautiful! You must have the perfect light for them.
    I am your newest follower! Happy Spring!
    Linda, from Grandmalay's Daydreams

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