VV Boutique

March 19th, 2009

It’s been a while since we’ve gone to Value village. Today we were just browsing, so we left you some good finds at the Vaughn location!

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A Woodshop Owl keyholder (that would look great if someone sanded down that awful varnish) and a vintage deer plate from Germany.

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A full set of vintage tableware from England.

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Blue Mountain Lava vase (edit: Not a Blue Mountain – see comments!)

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Vintage Industrial school chairs (a great find! Too bad we have a couple of these already)

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The always classic vintage globe

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An office essential

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This chair has seen better days, but it has potential!

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A neat atomic coffee percolator

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Vintage “Panton styled” Copco canisters unfortunately a few were cracked or we would’ve picked these up in a heartbeat!

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What a cute little vintage pillow.

Photos: Juli Daoust

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  1. Wow, this appears to be a the best VV Boutique. The local Landsdowne location is a little picked over. However, I was just at the Dixie location and scored Prada slacks for less than $25. Proves it’s worth leaving downtown once and awhile. Nice finds!


    Nicole

    20 Mar 09 at 12:28 pm

  2. Good to see some VV’s still have good stuff. The vase is actually by Canadiana Pottery from Ingleside, Ontario. happy trails.


    Holly Gnaedinger

    21 Mar 09 at 3:11 pm

  3. oooooh-mi-lordy! Those metal drawers are my dream come true! Maybe I should drive up to vaughan this weekend!
    This is my first time on your blog, I got your card when I was browsing style-garage! I will be sure to come back again!


    Celine

    24 Mar 09 at 12:12 pm

  4. […] March 19, when we posted about some of the great finds to be had at the Value Village in Vaughn? Well we […]


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