One Kings Lane ROUNDUP of Vintage Home Finds

Check out these fab vintage and antique home items available at One Kings Lane for a limited time. Don’t miss the vintage 1960s vanity and bench set, the vintage 1960s French enamel and brass chandelier, the stainless steel casino rolling cart and the unusual gas meter lamps.

DISCLOSURE: Zuburbia is an affiliate partner of One Kings Lane.

vintage 1960s drexel wood barvintage 1960s french enamel and brass chandeliervintage brass bar cart

vintage set o acanthus leaf candle sconcesvintage stainles steel rolling carvintage custom gas meter table lamps

abstract painting by d. hoytvintage 1950s cocktail shaker setvintage early 20th century handpainted italian twin bed

vintage set of 1960s scandinavian wood candlesticksvintage 1970s brass antler lampvintage 1970s set of bourbon glasses

vintage 1950s modernist italian chandeliervintage pine vanity mirrorvintage brass goose andirons

vintage 1960s vanity and bench setvintage pair of mid-century reupholstered refinished armchairsvintage 1970s pottery snail lamp

vintage pair oversized majolica ceramic foo dogsvintage brass and glass magazine pocket end tablevintage chinese cork sculpture

vintage brass italian daffodil chandelierantique petit point benchvintage italian elephant wall shelves


PLEASE NOTE that Zuburbia does not endorse the use of fur, feathers, leather or animal skins in home decor. 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. | DISCLOSURE: Zuburbia is an affiliate partner of One Kings Lane.

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