Thursday, July 26, 2012

Vintage Ombre

Long before the current ombre trend began saturating fashion

(Alice + Olivia)

And manicures

(Photo courtesy Mostly Clothes)

Interior design

(Urban Outfitters)

And food

(Photo courtesy

There was this!

Hidden behind a stash of plastic ware at a thrift store I found this ombre-esque vintage pitcher, stamped "Warwick China."  I can't find much information about this piece or the Warwick China Company for that matter, other than they incorporated in 1887 and went bust in 1951.

Maybe today's designers were inspired by this minty green graduation and saturation of color!

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Peace said...

Gorgeous color, one of those things I'd desperately want and have no room for when i got it home. I'm also glad to see someone spelling ombre correctly, LOL!

Colleen said...

Those are some great photos!

Paula Parrish said...

Oo-La-La, your new vintage pitcher is a great find. Enjoy your new treasure. ;o) Smiles, Paula

Donna said...

Love the vintage pitcher! Gorgeous with the doily.

Nadine @ Chic with the Kool-Aid Mustache said...

Didn't we call this the 'faded look' back in the 70's?'s kinda crazy that this look has transformed into so many areas!

Ryan said...

I LOVE those cute little patriotic figurines. Such a good vintage item to help us remember our country's great history!

Perfectly Printed said...

Love the color!!


Mom2fur said...

What a beautiful find! Isn't it funny how beautiful things find themselves to be 'in style' no matter what the decade?

donna said...

What a great find.

Jennifer Gail said...

I'm a green freak I love the nail polish:)

Elizabeth and Gary said...

Hi Cindy,
Aw...I love the green colors on your vintage pitcher, I would have bought this sweet little beauty too..
My girls have their hair highlighted with ombre shades.
Have a sweet day, Elizabeth