New to Rana's kitchen shelf is some kind of little pot that I love.
I found the tiny steel oil servers in Little Tokyo the other day. It's lucky to find things that are the right scale for your project to use as the basis for new props, especially if they are inexpensive.
I was inspired by a little detail I saw in a photo of in remarkable artist Rima's kitchen (printout seen in middle photo) to add add'l detail to the server until it looked like something that belonged in Halfland's world. The black pull on top is actually a black dried bean, The wood dome shape was the bottom slice of a candle holder sanded smooth.
I used several colors of paints to unify the textures and shade them until they looked like old pewter pieces. I found that a high quality chalk pastel in burnt umber adds a perfect tarnish for this and other things that need aging.
After I stage the kitchen, and crammed it with all the lovely little finished props and food, I'll look to see whether the silver tone in these flagons stands out against the rest of the warmer tones of the cottage interior. If so, I'll just tint them with a wine over-glaze. But in silver they might be useful as they are to break things up visually, to make everything pop.