One Kings Lane ROUNDUP: Vintage Home Finds


Check out some of my favorite new arrivals at One Kings Lane including a vintage 1948 gelatin silver print of the Statue of Liberty by Ben Ross, a pair of vintage 1970s twin headboards and a 19th century brass pastry cabinet.

vintage 1970s metallic twin headboardsvintage english swivel book standvintage French tufted bench

vintage vera pillowsvintage 19th century brass pastry cabinet

vintage italian wheat end tablevintage brass fireplace screenvintage 1970s rattan armchair

vintage 1948 ben ross gelatin silver printvintage wood dough bowlvintage 1960s iron bench stool

vintage 1960s iron and tile coffee tablevintage brass shell vasevintage pair of burlwood nightstands

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Vintage 1970s Twin Headboards | Vintage English Swivel Book Stand | Vintage French Tufted Bench | Vintage Pair of Vera Pillows | Antique 19th Century Brass Pastry Cabinet | Vintage P. DeArma Oil Painting | Vintage Italian Wheat End Table | Vintage Brass Fireplace Screen | Vintage 1970s Rattan Armchair | Vintage 1948 Ben Ross Gelatin Silver Print | Vintage Wood Dough Bowl | Vintage 1960s Iron Stool Bench | Vintage 1960s Iron and Tile Coffee Table | Vintage Brass Shell Vase | Vintage Pair of Burlwood Nightstands | (Disclosure: Zuburbia is an affiliate member of One Kings Lane however these editorial selections are made without direct promotional consideration from featured One King Lane sellers.)

PLEASE NOTE that Zuburbia does not endorse the use of fur, feathers, leather or animal skins in fashion. These selections are offered only as more thoughtful and eco-friendly alternatives for contemporary decorators who have not yet eliminated animal products from their homes or for collectors purchasing for preservation.

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