Juice, Jam, and Coffee: Vintage Breakfast Tabletop

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From juice glasses to creamers, and coffee pots to breakfast trays, it seems like much of the vintage tabletop and dishware we're drawn to is breakfast-related. Here's a look at few favorite pieces of delightful vintage crockery for your breakfast table.

TOP ROW
1. Breakfast In Bed Tray - $30 from extravirginhome. Solid wood, and angle adjustable.
2. Orange Juice Glasses - $9 from autumnalways. Bright and juicy.
3. Hazel Atlas Sugar and Creamer Set - $32 from jwhite2. 60 years old and fabulous.
4. Vintage Tea, Coffee Warmer, Carafe - $16.24 from tammylane. Classic 1950s vintage.
5. Cock-a-doodle-doo Tray - $15 from eyeforfinds. A rooster to get you out of bed. Made in Ohio.

MIDDLE ROW
6. Antique Toast Rack - $35 from TheLazyPeacock. Toast for everybody!
7. Vintage Juice Pitcher - $22 from TheGinghamOwl. So cheery.
8. Hazel Atlas Syrup Dispenser - $17.95 from vintagehomerecycled. A little vintage action for your pancake syrup.
9. Bird Napkin Rings - $16 from RetroVintage123. A little birdie for the brunch table.
10. Vintage Child Breakfast Set - $35 from PrettyLittleThings10. Wow! We've never seen anything quite like this.

BOTTOM ROW
11. Set of 8 Pansy Juice Glasses - $32 from gatheringvintage. Gloriously colorful.
12. Melitta Tea/Coffee Pot - $53 from coucoumadame. Classic but still so fresh.
13. Yellow plates and bowls - $34 from cottagefarm. Just right for toast and cereal.
14. frying pan for your sunshine brunch - $15.99 from postroadvintage. Seriously retro.
15. Vintage Glass Coffee Canister - $18 from DragonflyFineArt. Love this one.

Do you have any favorite vintage tableware you bring out for brunch and breakfast?

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