Mabel & Rose specialise in sourcing a unique range of original vintage accessories and traditionally handcrafted items for your garden and home.
Set up in 2009, the business grew from our passion for antiques and interiors combined with our love of gardening and the countryside.
Our ever-changing collection includes vintage apple crates, old trugs and baskets, galvanised watering cans, buckets and tin baths, vintage tools and wheelbarrows, antique terracotta pots and original french enamelware. We also source a special selection of handcrafted items, made here in the UK.
Most of the items that we sell at Mabel & Rose are genuinely old, careworn and in our opinion full of character. We sell items that we really love and would be happy to have in our own home or garden and love finding creative ways of upcycling vintage items into something totally unique. If you like things to be new and perfect then our website is probably not for you!
We hope you enjoy browsing our online store and that we can help you find that special item to add a finishing touch to your garden or home. If you’re looking for something specific please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we will do our best to try and source it for you.
Choosing to buy vintage items is a great way to recycle and at Mabel & Rose we’re committed to doing our bit for the environment. We source from responsible suppliers, use natural and homemade cleaning products wherever possible and our packaging is either recycled or biodegradeable or both.
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Our small workshop is based in a converted stone barn in the village of Leafield, West Oxfordshire, close to Burford and the gateway to the Cotswolds. You’re very welcome to visit or collect orders but please get in touch before you set off to make sure someone will be around as we’re not always on site.