Just In… Vintage French Ashtrays!
Shop our new selection of vintage French ashtrays and catchalls!
Clearly In Love
You’ll clearly fall in love with our new collection of mid-century Lucite. Shop our new selection of serving pieces, bowls and trays with more items added daily!
Temps pour le déjeuner!
How awesome are these vintage French porcelain enamel lunch pails? Très impressionnant!
Sunday we ventured across the river into Illinois for the annual historic Maeystown Fruehlingsfest! Maeystown is a picturesque 19th century German village tucked into the rolling hills of southwest Illinois. It was founded by Jacob Meyes in 1852. Here’s Jake’s Facebook profile … Continue reading
Bonjour! Allons faire les courses!
Happy Thursday Relique fans! We are in the process of uploading our latest collection of French finds that has been arriving this week! Look for lots of new enameled signs, ashtrays, tins and lunch boxes. We also have a selection … Continue reading
Happy holidays from the Relique team!
This week, the Reliquemobile buyers traveled and shopped their way from St. Louis to Brimfield, MA for the week-long antique show! The fields open their gates at sunup (read: 6am) to throngs of vintage-starved buyers and looky-loos. The scene is … Continue reading
Vintage Porcelain Enamel Factory Lights Are Here!
Just added! Salvaged from the demolition of a 1929 high school in Osage, Missouri, both sets of these porcelain enamel factory lights are in MINT condition. We have 15 of these huge, 20″ Benjamin enamel fixtures in white. Also available: … Continue reading
Vintage Garden Shop
Good afternoon Relique fans! Stop by our site and shop our new vintage garden collection! We have a wide selection of vintage McCoy pots, vintage inspired faux bois planters, vintage gardening tools and much more. Here’s a peek at some … Continue reading
Round Top Roundup
The Round Top (Texas, y’all) Antique Fair is a sprawling chaotic event that happens twice a year and is centered around the tiny town of, what else, Round Top. With a population of only 90 full-time residents, no hotels and … Continue reading