Vintage Tin Candle

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Vintage Tin Candle www.homeroad.net

I found this interesting vintage tin on a recent thrifting trip...


I've never seen one like it... it had a lid, or a base...
not quite sure what kind of tin it is, but I think it was for baking...

I glued a glass tea light cup to the base of the tin
and drilled a hole in the top for a knob.

Vintage Tin Candle www.homeroad.net

The tin makes a beautiful tea light holder with a top
that can be replaced over the candle when finished burning.

Vintage Tin Candle www.homeroad.net

If anyone knows just what kind of tin this is,
I would love to know.

Vintage Tin Candle www.homeroad.net

I am happy to say that it lasted in the Homeroad Shop 
exactly one day... Enjoy!

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7 comments

  1. yes it does (make a lovely tea light holder that is) Love the knob!

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  2. That is just darling...I love the knob on the top!!
    Denise

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  3. Even the knob color is vintage. I call it Wedgewood Green. Wedgewood stoves came several colors, including "mint". I restored one and used it in one of the homes we built...

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  4. I think it was a pudding or jello mold. I've never seen one like it either. How cool!

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  5. http://www.amazon.com/Vintage-Square-6x6x3-Baking-Tureen/dp/B00F592P8G Here you go, vintage jello/cake mold. ;-)

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  6. Very unique find!!!

    Happy New Year...
    Sherri

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  7. Wow that is adorable! I can see why it sold so quickly!

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