Weekly Favorites: Collecting Antique French Utilitarian Decorative Glass

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Antique French Utilitarian Glass makes a decorative statement displayed all by itself or in a collection.  This glass is beautiful, and still very affordable, a perfect way to start a collection of antique and vintage glass pieces.

These antique and vintage storage and canning jars were all made in the early 1930′s, in factories in Folembray, France.

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Originally used for canning and storage, they are beautiful enough to display all by themselves, but still function wonderfully well as intended, to use for handy storage in the home.

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Each of these is a lovely piece of French history.  They are decorative as well as useful, each has their own personality and stories to share of their past in a French Cuisine.

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Not just for storage inside your home, the pale aqua yoghurt bottles make the most delightful floral vases.

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Classic French DemiJohns make a stunning addition to both traditional as well as contemporary interiors.

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Antique French glass is perfect to show off a beautiful bouquet of flowers. This Antique French Apothecary Jar has a gorgeous paper label in light Blue, Savons Antiseptiques.

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Now that spring is starting, an antique French Glass Jar such as this is perfect to place outside with a bundle of wax flowers to cheer up your table in the garden, too!

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If you want to romance your Home and Garden with antique and vintage treasures to make you smile each time you come home, visit our shop FrenchGardenHouse.

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One Comment

  1. DVonTrobelGravestein
    Posted March 18, 2014 at 12:24 am | Permalink

    Thank you for always featuring an antique I love to learn about. Here at the horse farm, or in our home in the Cotswolds in England I love to display a variety of antiques. Yours are amongst my favorites. You have a discerning eye, and a lovely way of explaining things. Merci beaucoup. Gratefully yours, Dorinne Von Trobel-Gravestein

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