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Antiques and Cupboards: March 11

It’s always enjoyable to see how members at Dusty Old Thing arrange their vintage and antique items in cupboards for display. Here are just a few that have recently caught our attention. We hope they give you some ideas on how to use cupboards, antique or new, to show off your treasures.

from Gloria Smart-Cormick: “My Hoosier that came direct from Hoosier Indiana. Circa 1930’s…

from Bridget Borchert: “My kitchen hutch. Got rid of the dust bunnies and switched out several items. A little refreshing change to boost the spirits on this gloomy yet much warmer day!

Bridget also notes that she bought the hutch at a garage sale for $50…a good deal. The colors went with her kitchen.

from Eileen Antolino: “My 1930’s Hall’s Orange Poppy dinnerware collection with a few yellow and jadite pieces and some majolica... Its funny how this collection started 12 years ago..I bought 4 little custard cups at a flea market not knowing anything about Hall’s China..I just liked the pretty pattern..later I broke one and thought maybe I could find a replacement on this new thing on the internet I just signed up for…eBay!! That’s all she wrote!! Now I’m a hopeless china and pottery enthusiast!! LOL

from: Carol Westfall Barnes: “Part of my vintage sewing items on display.”

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