St. Paddy’s day is just around the corner and it’s the perfect time for Irish Coffee…a creamy mix of everything good – coffee, cream and whiskey. Delish!
These whimsical vintage pedestal glasses set you up to make the perfect Irish Coffee, with marks on the side for the ingredients. Click the image to see them in our store.
“Erin go Bragh!”
We love a good pun (and bad ones too apparently!)
But seriously, how fantastic is this cookware? These Georges Briard saucepans, in the highly sought after Carousel design, are a merry-go-round of colour (yep, we went there). And when our favourite color orange is featured like this, what’s not to love?
How fun is the bright orange retro-ness of this design? Absolutely love this platter in the “Toledo” pattern. And boy, has it had a journey through time and across the globe.
JAJ (now Crown) is England’s version of Pyrex and is hard to find anywhere outside of the Commonwealth. This little 1960’s gem was Made in England, snapped up in Australia and ended up in America. Kinda reminds us of another little orange traveler…42 Wallaby Way, Sydney anyone?
Both practical and collectible, this vintage platter is a gem.
Click on the image to see this item in our store…
Since we’re talking Melmac, how cool are these aqua beauties? Absolutely gorg, we just love the retro square shape of these mugs. Available now on our etsy store! (click the image to take you there!)
This darling little 1960’s Melmac sugar bowl by Mar-crest was quick to go from our store. The fun retro form and creamy white colour made this an irresistible piece. Love the quirky shape.
Check out our store for more Melmac items. www.etsy.com/shop/atomicmagpie