Robert Henry Vintage: Vintage Style for Contemporary Living

Robert Henry Vintage: Vintage Style for Contemporary Living

Landis Carey
Nov 11, 2010

Store History

  • Founded: 2008
  • Founded by: Henry Chung and Robert Walden
  • Headquarters: Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn-based online retailer Robert Henry Vintage was founded in 2008 with the belief that "superior art and design should be a part of the everyday lives of all people." Comprised of unique glassware, dinnerware, serving ware, and home furnishings, their collection primarily dates to the 1960s and 70s. Acquiring only "beautifully designed objects that we'd want in our own home," Robert Henry Vintage offers customers great finds at reasonable prices.

Robert Henry Vintage housewares are collected from flea markets, antique centers and antique fairs within several hours of New York City. With a focus on "American designed household objects from the period right after mid-century modern," their collection reflects their own aesthetic and taste for the bold color palettes of the 60s and 70s. Robert Henry Vintage revealed a few of their favorites to Re-Nest: Mikasa Mediterrania Misty Dinnerware Set; Black and Gold 24 Piece Bar Set.

I searched their website to find my top ten for Re-Nest readers—images above and details below.

1 Anchor Hocking Fire King Soreno Serving Bowls in Honey Gold, Set of 3, $59.99
2 Gemco Orange and White Daisy Pattern Salt & Pepper Shakers with Sugar Dispenser, $34.99
3 Orange/Yellow/White Serving Set designed by Georges Briard, $234.99
4 Avocado Green Napkin Holder, $14.99
5 Mikasa Elite Carrousel Creamer, $14.99

6 Yellow Cornflower Swanky Swigs Glasses, Set of 4, $24.99
7 Orange Slice Glasses, Set of 4, $39.99
8 Mikasa Dimension Ovation Dinnerware Set, Service for 4, $124.99
9 Avocado Green Crinkle Glass Highballs, Set of 8, $63.99
10 7-up Uncola Glasses, Set of 2, $19.99

(Images: as linked)

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