I love my farm and country collectibles! I was fortunate to be able to scavenge and save a few items from our farm in Saskatchewan before it was sold. Regularly, I also take a tour of local thrift stores and watch the marketplace for various items.
Here are some pictures of some of my vintage collectibles and displays from my private collection. I will keep adding more as time goes by. We are still unpacking from our move so I will be setting up some displays as we unpack.
I hope you like them!
Update: July 27, 2021:
I recently added another page containing Collectable Guides/Books you might enjoy depending on what you like to collect. Check it out: Country Collecting – Guides and Books.
Feel free to Browse! For those that might want to rent an item, any items excluded from rental inventory are noted with an (*). For rental inquiries, see: Vintage and Antique Rentals!
Update: January 1, 2022:
There are more displays added to keep up with my latest pinterest and instagram posts and Christmas pages.
Scroll down to view Collectible displays:
Vintage Farmhouse Kitchenware Collectibles
My mother’s Green Needlepoint recipe book (*).
Vintage Green Scale and Crochet potholders I picked up locally.
My grandfather’s cross-country ski’s (*).
A decor birdhouse given to me.
Phone insulators from our farm, and old green bottles I picked up. Green Inkwell from my mother’s collection.
Antiquarian Books, etc.
A vintage plate from my mother (*).
Some of my miniature collectible books. Farm tools from our farm. Horn from our farm. I bought the Prince Albert tin like one we used to have. Brownie camera I picked up years ago.
Measuring tape (*) and Finnish pukka knife (*) from our farm. Ginger beer bottle of my husbands (*).
Farm tools, bell, white insulator. More antiquarian miniature books from my collection. Red crochet doilies purchased recently. Brownie camera bought a few years back.
Below is a lovely vignette with a vintage plate and a miniature watercolor (*), inkwell (*) and antiquarian book.
Below is a Family license plate (*), Bale hook, doilies and insulators from the farm. Books, Rooster and green plate, I purchased.
More Blue and Farmhouse Decor
Below is a Finnish Blue bird from my mother (*).
Doily from my aunt. Blue bottle given as a gift. Blue candy bowl with lid bought at a vintage fair.
My first blue and white display, plates, vases, pitchers, flowers, etc. See my blog post for details on this and my other Blue and White Displays.
Metal aluminum pot from our farm (*) and Potholders from Finland (*).
The rest purchased. Picture from our cabin, see blog post on Cabin in the Woods.
Metal jug purchased at the Old Attic on Vancouver Island.
Green Rooster purchased on Vancouver Island. My mother’s green inkwell.
Antique clock (*) from my grandmother, passed to me by my aunt. The clock belonged to two brothers who my grandmother cared for on our farm, in their last years.
White Vase and flowers.
Horseshoe from our farm (*).
Vintage linens and doilies from family relatives, passed down over the years, antiquarian books from my collection, vintage measuring cup and ice cream dish from family, bouquet from local antique store.
Oak desk purchased in 1995 (*). Original pitchfork from our farm (*) in Saskatchewan… used by my great grandparents!
Vintage washboard and snowshoes purchased around 2019. French Country clock.
Soup tureen purchased recently. Underneath, some of my red table runners, most used for Christmas displays and purchased at local craft fairs, my vintage doilies, an enamelware wash basin from our farm (from our sauna!) that I rescued (* I have others), a red handled enamelware pot purchased in Saskatchewan, a couple of red vintage rolling pins purchased on Vancouver Island.
More ironstone and white porcelain collectibles
Finnish Karelian (Karjalan) tablecloth from my mother (*) and runner(*) from Finland. Washstand (*) we bought 20 years ago…love it.
Ironstone Pitcher and basin bought recently on Vancouver Island. Oil Lamp.
Ironstone described in my blue and white displays. More vintage enamelware purchased in Saskatchewan, some vintage books and a sheep carder from Finland, purchased on my trip in 2000.
Vintage Portmeirion Chicken Casserole/Egg Storage dish, recently purchased on Vancouver Island.
Milk glass Candy dish and vase, recently purchased on Vancouver Island.
Cake platter, not vintage, but great for display, recently purchased on Vancouver Island.
White patterned plate (*) and white bowl (*) and creamer (*).
White Ironstone Display Items and Farm vintage items, butter press, pitchers, cake plate, doilies.
Milk Glass and Teacup purchased locally.
If you like white porcelain and ironstone, you might also like the displays in my other posts: My New Welsh Dresser!
My vintage pot holders…I think I have more somewhere. The striped pink and green ones were from my grandmother. I have another set somewhere from my aunt. The rest I purchased at various thrift shops, etc.
Red Enamelware Collectibles
Some of my vintage red enamelware.
Largest basin (*)was from our farm and we used in the Sauna. The salt and pepper shaker (1*) was from our farm (previously mentioned).
The rest purchased on Vancouver Island and in Saskatchewan. Vintage enamelware creamers, pots, basins, plate and lid, coffee kettle, glass spice shaker.
Ketchup bottle (*)
My red kitchenware on new hutch, our large sauna basin in enamelware and those red salt and pepper shakers again.
Blue Enamelware Collectibles
I recently picked a couple extra blue enamelware items for free at an estate sale on the last day. Purchased the blue kettle at a thrift shop. Players cigarette case was in the bottom of a sewing basket I bought at an estate sale.
More farm collectibles
Vintage wooden box (*) purchased by my Grandpa for me at an auction when I was 10, my other grandparents family camera (*).
Old Vintage insulators from our farm.
A vintage veterinary kit of my dad’s from our farm in Sask. Amazing he know how to use this!
My Grandmother’s pot holders (*), creamer (*)and plate (*), my mother’s well-used baking and bread recipes (*), one of the salt shakers (*) I found in the summer kitchen!
A treasured oil painting (*) given to my great aunt on one of her trips to Finland, painted by our Finnish cousin and my picked wooden box (*).
Silver painted oil lamp to the right sent to my by my aunt from our farm in Sask, more farm insulators and my grandparents vintage camera, a cow bell from our farm, 2 lamps on the left purchased over the last few years.
August 17, 2021
Here is another photo with more of my farm insulators, some from our farm and some from antique stores. I also found another antique lantern at a thrift store. Love it!
My complete collection of telephone insulators, and some farm finds, a Players Tin, a couple of trivets, small horseshow and a bell, as well as my grandparents camera (*) . The binoculars were purchased on Vancouver Island as were the oil lamps.
More Antiquarian Books, Inkwells, etc.
My mother’s inkwells and a couple of old bottles, Antiquarian books purchased locally.
Complete collection of my red Antiquarian Books collected over the years. More rescued farm tools and a Prince Albert Tin purchased in Sask.
A few of my green collectibles, green antiquarian books, a 2nd green vintage scale purchased on Vancouver Island, horseshoe (*) from the farm.
a slightly different view
Some of my miniature antiquarian books…I love collecting these!
Peter Pan antiquarian book (*), some tools and a couple of vintage bottles from the farm, washboard, toolbox, binoculars purchased on Vancouver Island.
Anniversary plate from my grandparents (*), camera again (*), horseshoe (*), creamer and old cupboard all from the farm.
Collection of Bobbsey Twins books, and two smaller cameras purchased, vintage glass bottles from our farm. Camera from our farm (*).
Pukko knife (*) and measuring tape (*).
All the items below from our farm, except the vintage Zinfandel box and the miniature book called “Golddust”.
The dust bellow and iron trivet from our farm. The iron was purchased locally in James Bay. The binoculars purchased locally.
Vintage Pepsi crate, jug purchased locally. Vintage bottles, Players chewing tobacco from our farm (*). Prince Albert tin bought in Sask. Vintage cardboard Player’s cigarette box purchased locally.
Vintage lanterns purchased locally.
Vintage Cigarette Tins and Cardboard Players Cigarette Package. Vintage Meerschaum Pipe. Vintage Ashtray.
More vintage irons!
For more country fall displays, my Fall Display is here: It’s a Country Thanksgiving!
Doilies from my family and a couple extra:
Lovely pink display of teacups, most passed from my mother. The pink plate was my grandmothers, and the miniature October teacup was given to me. The Aynsley porcelain flowers I bought at a thrift store. I have alot more individual teacups to show you!
A gold Royal Winton tea set that I purchased on the marketplace…it was a steal so I couldn’t resist. The gold teacups beside were my mother’s. The antiquarian books are from my collection. The blue candy dish was part of my table displays for our wedding. Flow blue plate given with the purchase of my Welsh dresser.
Royal York tea set I had purchased years ago.
My wedding pattern is Autumn Roses. I have an 8 place setting available.
More Farmhouse Collectibles
Vintage Scale, Vintage Sifter, Pressed Glass, Vintage Farmhouse Chair, Linens and Doilies
Vintage teacups and porcelain flower posie from my mother, and sugar bowl of my grandmothers. The rest purchased locally.
Val D’Or Teapot and Creamer Set (*), linen, crate and white jug purchased locally.
Vintage plate (*), Lavender bouquet and vintage embroidery.
Fall Harvest Table Display
Kitchen Hutch (*) and various farmhouse decor.
Farmhouse Tray, Teacup, Flower Posie and Flower Arrangement
Dresser and Painting (*), Washbasin and Pitcher, Vintage Wicker Chair, Linen Throw
Below is another country tray, old books, vintage doily (*) and vintage insulator (*).
Below is a very old manicure set which I bought many years ago. I can imagine a proper lady sitting reading The Girls Own Manual while getting her nails done! She would need her trusty camera beside her to take photographs of her and her friends.
I found this vintage wooden sewing basket about 15 years ago at a garage sale. It had lots of vintage sewing supplies inside. Check it out! I guess most people would throw them away, but not me 🙂 The smaller red vintage sewing basket was my mother’s.
I was having fun this Christmas including some of my Christmas Displays on my page It’s a Country Christmas! I even went to a couple of craft fairs in late November, and found some vintage wooden Christmas decorations. Love these!
Vintage Karelian tablecloth (*), remaining purchased locally.
Vintage Finnish Iittala glassware (*). Remaining purchased locally.
Vintage Finnish Tapestry below (*).
More displays to follow…
I have lots of blue willow and ironstone china displays on my blog pages, see below.
Thanks for dropping in! I would love to hear your comments on my collectibles collection below.