Vintage Feature – Revamping the “About” Page

This past week I have been working on my new website. One page I have wanted to change and update is “Our Story.” So after researching effective “About Me” pages, I hit on this idea.  The page title is simply “About.” ———————————————————————————————-  Hello, I’m Shelly. I’m the owner of Southern Vintage Table, a vintage tableware and decor […]

Vintage Feature – 3 Goals for the New Year

A new year is the perfect time to set a few goals and we have three major ones on our list at Southern Vintage Table. Here they are! ~ Goal 1 – Develop a “Table Decor” package ~ We have collected all kinds of cool, wonderful vintage doo-dads and small linens – tins, vases, books, postcards, coasters, votives, doilies, hats, […]

Vintage Feature – A Blissful Wish for All!

I’ve been working on an upcoming new Pinterest board featuring vintage kitchen ware decor and created this lovely holiday vignette using three vintage candlelit shredders. Although I’m not quite ready to unveil my board and post, I thought this photo would be perfect for my holiday wishes to all our friends, followers and fans of Southern Vintage Table. […]

Vintage Feature – The Purity of Vintage White

This week’s post is simple  – one photograph of three vintage white pieces. The story is so much more but I couldn’t pull it all together this week because sometimes, as I recently have been reminded, life happens. In a future post, I want to tell you more about these vintage white teapots and sugar […]

Vintage Feature – Pretty, Delicate & Vintage Pope-Gosser China

Oh, my gosh – I absolutely love this floral vintage china pattern!  It’s a creation of the Pope-Gosser China Company, an American company once located in Coshocton, Ohio. The Pope of the company was I. Bentley Pope, a master potter who immigrated from England and the Gosser was Charles Gosser, a jeweler from the area. Their […]

A Vintage Adventure – It Was Thrift Store Heaven!

This past weekend I went to the opening of a new thrift store, TROSA Thrift Store, in Durham. (Thank you, Linda, for sending that text!) For me, this may be one of the most exciting events I can imagine!  I realize some folks would just shake their head in amusement at this declaration but there are […]

Southern Vintage Table Event – A Sweetly Vintage Wedding

It was a radiant April day at the Cape Fear Botanical Gardens in Fayetteville. The lovely grounds were covered in colorful spring blooms, the sun was shining, a gentle breeze was blowing and two people were ready to share the rest of their lives together. What a joyful day for a wedding! I first met Ashley via email […]

Vintage Feature – A Medley of Vintage Pitchers and Teapots

Yes, they are utilitarian but they can also be delicate, bold, pretty, artistic and fun! I’m talking about pitchers and teapots, of course. Ceramic, glass and even metal – they span a variety colors and styles and are available at Southern Vintage Table. Let’s start with our classic vintage amber and avocado green glass pitchers. Like […]

A Vintage Adventure – Bartering for Vintage!

The first time I stepped into her shop, I didn’t meet Elma but I did meet her daughter who was minding the store for her.  It was on a Saturday afternoon and my friends and I were on one of our many adventures together.  Our agenda this time was to start at Dick & Jane’s […]

Vintage Feature – New Additions to Southern Vintage Table

It’s time to catch up with some of our new additions to our inventory here at Southern Vintage Table!  We have found a little bit of everything and we know you’ll love them all! We added three new teacups to our growing collection of lovely china.  This one is gorgeous, inside and out, with its […]