the label on the back does say they are vintage. Just please realize that just because some of these flea market dealers tell you something is the real deal, it may not be unless, of course, you know they specialize in a particular area and they know their stuff.
I photographed these on a piece of burlap so you could see the glass was clear. My burlap unfortunately is impossible to press out, but I'm sure you can see the beautiful effect this type of framing gives off. Coincidentally right about the time I found these, Carol at The Polka Dot Closet did a post on how to do these. If you want to see her labels and her tutorial, click here Waterslide Decal Pictures. Carol makes her own decals and you can buy them in her shop.
I love French perfume labels. The Graphics Fairy has shared several on her blog if you want to print some of hers to try this type of project. Just do a search for French Perfume labels and see what goodies you can find.
I found four of these together and priced them at $12 each. They sold immediately.
Now see the label that appeared on the back of every one of these. Made in China on the label definitely screams reproduction. So does the bar code. The dealer I bought them from is very nice and is a regular at one of my favorite fleas. He does not, however, specialize in girlie things. More like tractor parts and primitives.
Just for your viewing pleasure, I'm including a couple of plaques I have come across in my travels. This next one is my favorite.
Any way you slice it, all of these labels are fun and romantic. Thanks for visiting.
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Mondays Le Chateau des Fleurs The Graphics Fairy
Between Naps on the Porch Metamorphosis Monday
Tuesdays Knick of Time Tutus and Tea Parties Coastal Charm
Boogie Board Cottage A Stroll Thru Life
Cozy Little House Tweak it Tuesday
Wednesdays Savvy Southern Style Ivy and Elephants
Faded Charm Cottage Fine Craft Guild
Thursdays Embracing Change The Shabby Creek Cottage No Minimalist Here
Between Naps on the Porch Tablescape Thursday Fishtail Cottage
Rustic Restorations Homespun Happenings
Fridays French Country Cottage My Romantic Home Miss Mustard Seed
At the Picket Fence Potpourri Friday Common Ground
The Charm of Home Decorating Insanity Rooted in Thyme
Saturdays Funky Junk Interiors
Sundays My 1928 Charmer Sunday's Best