Easter is a time for celebration, colorful eggs, and, of course, the beloved Easter bunny. Over the years, the whimsical charm of this holiday has inspired a delightful array of vintage Easter-themed kitsch, from bunny planters to 1950s made-in-Japan rabbit figurines. These nostalgic collectibles evoke memories of simpler times and bring a touch of enchantment to any home. In this blog post, we’ll explore the world of vintage Easter kitsch and offer tips for building your collection of adorable bunny treasures.
The Allure of Vintage Easter Kitsch:
Vintage Easter collectibles have a unique appeal that transcends generations. They capture the essence of the holiday with their vibrant colors, playful designs, and undeniable charm. Easter bunny planters and 1950s made-in-Japan rabbit figurines, in particular, are popular among collectors for their distinctive style and whimsy.
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I wanted to share some vintage Easter collectibles from the 1950s-1960s. No, these items you see pictured here are not part of my collection…yet, but they are so cute and charming that I am seriously considering starting a collection of these vintage cuties. Many of the items pictured are made by the ceramic manufacturers of the time like Holt Howard, Napco, Lefton, Relpo, Relco, Inarco, Norcrest, Reubens and more. Vintage collectibles like these can be found today online on eBay, Etsy, and Rubylane as well as antique and collectible shops for $25+ and the Holt Howard, Napco and Lefton items will be priced between $35-$125+. Do you have a vintage Easter collection? I would love to hear about your collection and see your pics too. Hope you all have a happy and safe Easter!!
Easter is soon going to be upon us and I am starting to see many antique malls and vintage shops putting out their adorable vintage Easter themed collectibles. Some of my favorites that I am finding are the Lefton “pixie” kids that are dressed up like bunnies, the Napco April Angles with their Easter baskets and Easter eggs, the pink celluloid rabbit figurines, of course the gorgeous vintage and antique German easter candy containers and lots of paper mache vintage eggs. Now, all I need to do is clear a spot somewhere in my house and setup my vintage Easter collectibles as I am sure they will make me smile each time I pass by them. What kind of Easter items do you all collect? (Click on pics to enlarge)