From Engineering on April 19, 2010 in CalFinder Giveaways
Summertime’s a-comin’ and we thought we’d share the love with totally beautiful FREE stuff. Why? Because we The prize: Vintage Hall China New York Teapot
About the Item: Simplicity, elegance and a classic beauty? Its gotta be a Hall China Teapot. The backstamp on the base indicates that it was made between 1930 and 1965, and yet its classic design still looks fresh and modern. It would be a perfect addition to any kitchen decor by adding a bit of timeless elegance.
How to Enter:
Mandatory vote Tell us below what you love most about home improvement.
You have until SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2010 to rack up your votes! The more entries you submit, the higher your chance to win.
- 1 extra vote Subscribe to our blog by e-mail or RSS and leave a separate comment to let us know. If youre already a subscriber, please let us know in your comment.
- 1 extra vote Twitter: Tweet about this giveaway, including in the Tweet the URL of this post and #calfinder #giveaway. Then come back and leave a separate comment for your Tweet.
- 1 extra vote Follow us on Twitter @remodeling and leave your username in the comments. If youre already following us, just let us know in your comment.
- 1 extra vote - Follow us on Buzz, depending on your taste (General Remodeling or Solar & Green Living) and let us know in the comments. If you’re already following one of us, just say so in the comment.
- 1 extra vote Blog about this giveaway with a link back to this post. Leave us a separate comment, and be sure to include the link to your post.
- 1 extra vote Share this post on StumbleUpon, Digg, Facebook or your favorite social network.
Where do these goodies come from?
This item was handpicked by Kerri Pero of Vintage4Vintage, one of the top sources for vintage and retro collectibles on Etsy. For Kerri, the business is about the thrill of the hunt. Whether shes scouring garage sales, thrift shops or flea markets for hidden treasures, she often feels like shes rescuing things from being lost and forgotten forever. Many of these finds are rough, dirty, unidentified and considered to have little value.
Kerri spends time cleaning and researching each piece to learn about its history, maker origin and true value. Shoppers have the added pleasure knowing that each item has been well taken care of and restored with love.