Inspired handmade crochet, unique items and gifts to buy

our blog

Buy Genuine Vintage Christmas Presents from the 1960s & 70s at yay retro!

When you look at the above gorgeous genuine vintage kitchenwares from the 1960s and 70s it's no wonder that so many of you are buying these for your friends and family this Christmas. Indeed I know many of you have added them to your Christmas lists as there are a lot more men buying from me at present!  These top notch items are available in the yay retro! online vintage shop here and include vintage Pyrex, Taunton Vale melamine trays, vintage Enamel cookware, British, Scandinavian & French tablewares from makers such as Figgjo Flint, Laurids Lonborg, Woodsware and Staffordshire Potteries.

Take a look at the gorgeous vintage coasters below decorated with fish from the Worcesterware Sea Dreams range. These are so highly sought after we just know that they will make someone ecstatically happy this Christmas time! Then there's the superb Italian pottery fish dish which is a large sized ornamental piece which can be a centrepiece to any buffet to tea party as well as being on display all year round. Hornsea pottery designed by John Clappison is always a gift worth giving, especially the Saffron pattern with it's daisy motif and I have a fabulous spice rack in stock at the moment - a lovely version which has tall jars.

Many people search for kettles that go on the hob at this time of year and yay retro! have several to choose from in our online shop here. Choose from red, blue, flowery or orange kettles - ideal for home, campervan or caravan!

How about A Taunton Vale Spice Rack? This is sure to go down well as will our vintage metal trays and tins which so many of you collect. I guess the most sought after tin would be an orange flower power Baretware biscuit tin, and....yep I've even got one of those for you! So yay retro! is the very best place to shop online this Christmas time, but get in quick as many of you have already started Christmas shopping and in most cases, there's just one of everything!!!

blog comments powered by Disqus

« Back to all posts