Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Vintage Thingie Thursday: Vintage Daher Candy Tin

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Several months ago I came across this tin. I was drawn to it because of the pretty flowers, but then something in the back of my memory kept telling me I had seen these types of tins before. Once I turned it over and looked at the price, I knew it was going home with me.

This is a Daher candy tin and the tin was made in England. I did a quick search online and remembered I had seen these on a blog a few years ago. I tell you I did not spend too much time looking at all the different tins that you can find online, this could be a "new collection" in no time at all.

I found this great article that talks about what to look for when collecting these candy tins and a little bit of history about the containers themselves. My favorite part is the beautiful floral decor and the adorable knob on top.

I really like the vintage photo element on the photo of this tin, really makes it feel more vintage to me!

Happy Vintage Thingie Thursday!! Have a wonderful week!


  1. I love pretty tin, like yours. I have a couple fo pretty tins from my Mil, that were once with oriental teas. Thank you for hosting sweet lady. Big hugs,

  2. What a great find and a Wow, do you have a knack for picking out the 'Right Stuff'. Now I gotta go see if the Tin I have filled with buttons is a Daher.
    AtoZ LoneStar Quilting Bee

  3. Thanks so much for hosting!! Just love that pretty tin!!


  4. That is such a pretty tin, Suzanne. I had to go and check to see if any of my tins said Daher, but I don't think so.

  5. That's a very pretty tin! Hope things are going well for you and thank you for hosting.

    Big Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

  6. That tin in gorgeous! My sister found a very similar one at Goodwill last year. I believe hers was made in Sweden. Not the same brand but definitely beautiful and unique.

    Have a wonderful weekend!


  7. Me again. I just realized how perfectly your tin matches the design of your header and your vintage thingie button.


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