Mothers Day Gifts | Present Ideas for Mum
Mothers Day is just around the corner and we've put together a vintage gift guide to give you some unique gift ideas! Interestingly, Mothers Day was originally a religious occasion, when Christians visited their 'Mother' church - so nothing to do with the maternal figure in your life! However we love the sentiment and the love that is celebrated on this special day. Gift giving is a wonderful thing! It provides us with the opportunity to put a smile on that special someone's face, with a thoughtful gift chosen especially for them.
Treat your Mum this Mothers Day with a vintage gift that's guaranteed to impress. We know that Mum deserves to be spoilt on this special day, so we highly recommend providing breakfast in bed and some strong coffee alongside your unique mothers day present!
When is Mothers Day? March 31st 2019: Mothering Sunday.
This Pair of green French Viresa carboy bottles would make lovely vintage vases. Fill her house with fragrant mothers day flowers using these stunning green vases and she'll love you for it!
This Murano Glass Sailing Boat would certainly take pride of place anywhere in the home. Murano Glass has led the art glass industry for years. Murano is an Italian island that is home to some of the finest glass makers in the world.
We just love this cute Be Happy All The Year Needlework! For lovers of cute, handmade vintage gifts, this vintage framed needlework will make your Mum smile. We're all allowed to cheat a little sometimes, just remember it's the thought that counts!
Finish off a room nicely with this Pair of Gilt Wall Sconce - these would look perfect with some white taper candles or perhaps some beeswax candles.
Every Mum deserves to put their feet up! Treat her to this lovely Pair of Beaded Footstools this Mothers Day. Made in the early 20th Century, they feature floral tapestry and beadwork.
Perhaps your Mum loves her vintage art lover? 'Woman with a Fruit Bowl'. is an unusual oil on canvas showing a young girl standing in front of an open window with a vista of mountains, holding a dish of fruit aloft. After the oil painting by Titian of 1558.
How about a gorgeous Amethyst Cut Glass Bowl to store those precious pieces of jewellery, or indeed to just display on it's own. A lovely example of turn of the century glassware, with a fantastic colour.