Vintage retro dated 1959 Ekco tomato slicer with cardboard sleeve. Never used, does have a few rust spots but not too bad. Package sleeve has ome stains and normal storage wear especially on edges. 10 in. long, 3 1/2 in. wide. Excellent color graphics. Great for any kitchenalia collection!
Vintage King size Mouli salad shredder. Has original box and pamphlet that shows which graters are for what w/recipes. It has 5 blades. It looks to be in good vintage condition just the red paint on the handle has faded and the box has age/wear on it. Cool collectible for use or display! 4/13west#
Foley Vintage Food Mill. Foley's metal handle with black nob food mill. 4in. tall by 7in. across the top. Has 2 hooks to hang on a bowl. Still works. Good condition for its age. Marked on the blade and the handle. Normal age scuff marks and rust.
Foley Vintage Wood Handle Food Mill. 1930 - 1935 Foley's Wood handle food mill. 4-1/4in. tall by 7-1/4in. across the top. Pat # 1021336. Has 2 hooks to hang on a bowl. Still works. Good condition for its age. Some normal age wear to handle. Normal age scuff marks and rust.
Foley Vintage Red Handle Food Mill. 1930 - 1935 Foley's red handle food mill. 4in. tall by 7in. across the top. Pat # 1921936. Has 2 hooks to hang on a bowl. Still works. Good condition for its age. Some normal age wear to handle. Normal age scuff marks and rust.
Marked: Ekco - U.S.A. Size: 9-inches length, 3-inches width Condition: used, average use wear and scratches Comments: Black plastic handle with a design around the hanging hole. You may also like: TE6883, TE6882, TE3331, TE6770, TE7111, TE7140
Marked: Stainless Steel - Androck - Made In U.S.A. Size: 7-7/8 inches length Condition: used, vintage, normal wear Comments: This vintage kitchen item had many uses: made to remove fruit cores with a twisting motion, and the point was used to remove potato eyes (or bad spots), it could peel - core - and scrape fruits and vegetables, the saw-tooth blade could scale fish.
Signed: no Size: 13 inches length, 4-1/4 inches width. Condition: used, with all metal sliding pieces Comments: cool wide top handle, tab on other end to place over rim of dish to hold in place when in use - the traditional German noodle maker
Vintage wood carrier basket with 13 cool kitchen items. First is the wood basket with rooster motif, (not vintage, but sturdy and attractive). Next is a vintage Kwik-Kut biscuit cutter, Mohawk, NY. Next is a Foley reamer; and Foley fruit jar funnel; an Italian garlic press; and USA collapsable cup; a Contadina pizza cutter; a teaspoon set; a spice grater; a cast aluminum scoop; a wire strainer; a wire spatula; the famous and popular ACME greater; and a very nice Parisian Print linen kitchen towel with rooster design. 3/13vs
Antique Double Blade Food Chopper Wood Handle 1887 Patent. This great food chopper is 5-7/8 tall x 5-7/8 wide. It has a wingnut that loosens for opening up the blades (the purpose is unknown). It has a patent date of Dec. 27, 1887. There are a few dings along the edge of the blades and otherwise it is in good used condition.
Vintage yellow kitchen assortment. Lots of goodies to use or just display! First is the patented Edlund Top-Off jar opener; good working condition; minor wear/tarnish on upper metal area. Next is a vintage teaspoon holder with teaspoons, pat. pending. Next is a vintage Androck Onion Chopper. Next is a vintage Mouli grater; next is a cool Household Specialities plastic egg slicer; next is a plastic and Vaughn metal reamer; next is an A next are 2 cute crocheted potholders; next is a vintage Poodle toaster cover; next is a linen kitchen towel; and last is the cute basket to show off all your yellow kitchenware! 2/13vs
Assortment of vintage yellow kitchen gadgets. First is the patented antique Taplan egg beater, c:1920-25. Blades rotate freely; some age/wear on handle but not bad. Next is a vintage German Hunersdorff almond/nut grater. Top red lid and handle were re-painted since most of original red paint was gone. It works fine, but needs a degreasing on interior metal area. These attach to a counter top. Next is a cool parsmint grater; a Mouli grater; an Edlund Top-Off jar opener; an apron; and a vintage 'Sandwich Glass' linen kitchen towel. Plus the cute lined yellow basket! All items show a bit of age/wear as expected, but all of them are in working condition. 2/13vs
Assortment of 16 vintage kitchen items in the cute basket with ceramic heart handle. The basket is not vintage. Inside is a cute quilted fabric. First is the Westmark Germany egg slicer. Next is a #2 cast alum. scoop. Next is a stainless steel Punch n Cover by Moeller Mfg. Co., Greenville, Miss. Note the old State abbreviation. Next is a Foley reamer; a teaspoon set; a patented cast alum. Simplex II garlic press; a Foley funnel; a Devault potato peeler; a Wizard jar wrench; a Kwik-Kut biscuit cutter; 4 alum. jello molds; a unique tea strainer; an apple corer; and 2 antique tin items: Omega flour sifter and wire egg whip. All items are usable except the antique tinware. I tried to include the most popular items I sell in this assortment. If you buy them all individually, you'd pay a lot more than this price. 2/13vs
Vintage patented Edlund Top-Off jar opener and patented Foley food chopper. = $24/each. Both are in good working condition with minimal age/ware on the metal surface. These are the most popular items I sell in the kitchenware department! Wood handles. c:1930's-40's. 2/13
Cool assortment of vintage yellow kitchen items. First is the the wood basket, (not vintage). Next is a vintage Hazel Atlas nut chopper in good usable vintage condition. Next is a nice Foley food chopper, very little wear on it. Next is an Edland Top-Off jar opener, (works good, has a bit of age/wear on metal surface). Next is a Pat Pending pottery teaspoon holder with teaspoon set. Next is a cute pottery spoonrest. Next are 2 cute potholders. Next is a vintage but like new kitchen linen towel. And last is a neat olive oil tin which I think is vintage, but I have seen newer ones. This one is patented: Pat. Des. 291.645 and the new ones I have seen do not have a patent number on them. The Foley food chopper sells for $36 by itself; the jar opener $28.50, so if you add up all the rest, this is a great deal. Wrap it in cellophane and give as a unique housewarming gift for the person who loves vintage kitchenware! 2/13vs
Vintage yellow kitchen gadgets in a cute wood basket. 9 items, one price! First is the wood basket, not vintage. Next is a very cute spoonrest, not marked but likely Cardinal China or Morton Pottery; good condition. Next are 2 cute pottery flower tea strainers?, at least that is what I was told they are. They do have drainage holes on top and bottom. One of them shows some age/wear, but no chips or cracks. Next is a pottery teaspoon holder with measuring spoons. This is also likely Morton or Cardinal China. Next is a vintage, but like-new kitchen towel. Next is a very vintage one piece apron that fits over the head. Next is a neat German almond grater. Last item is not yet vintage; it is an artist signed and painted cutting board from 1998 which has one small split in the wood. Kitchen cuties if you have yellow, green or white theme going on! 2/13vs
Three vintage meat tenderizers. First is the large Tala Made in England #70; it is almost 9 inches long. Next is a darker one marked: Progressus Taiwan that is 8.25 long. Last is an EKCO Taiwan that is 7.5 long. Age est: 1950's and earlier. All for one price. They work great for making things like Swiss steak or pork chops. The progressus looks to be the oldest and the metal appears to be zinc, (like the old Ball mason jar lids). 1/13vs
Vintage green kitchen assortment. First is the nice rolling pin with green handles; it is 17.5 long. Next is a hard to find Androck cream a strainer; a cookie cutter, a small rocker chopper, and an A others are showing age/wear and just for display now. The sifter displays well, but there is some old grease or rust tinge on interior so not sure if you can get it cleaned out and make it usable or not. Thirteen items in all. Wrap it up in cellophane and give as a unique housewarming gift for the person who loves vintage! 2/13vs
Vintage aqua kitchen assortment. First is the cute painted wood basket, (not vintage, but not brand new). Next is an awesome patented Foley food chopper in good usuable condition. (these sell for $36 alone). A patented Edlund jar opener, in good usable condition, (sells for $28 alone). A cool vintage hamburger press; a like new vintage linen kitchen towel by Parisian Prints. Next is a neat polka dot apron, and last is the 1961 Blender Cookbook. No other copyright date in it so presumabley it is the lst edition and in nice condition but for the outer dust jacket which shows some wear. Neato collectible display items that you can actually use! Wrap it up in cellophane and give as a unique housewarming gift for the person who loves vintage! 2/13
Vintage spoonrests, measuring spoon holder, linen and shakers all in a cute wire basket. First is the spoonrest, it reads: Taster and Spoon. It is heavy pottery; likely Cardinal or Morton Pottery. The freckles on it do not come off, they are under the glaze. It is 6.5 long x 4 wide x 1 tall. It also has a hole on backside to hang it if you want to. Next is the Pat. Pending teaspoon holder with 1950's alum. measuring spoon set; next are the vintage corn shakers; and next is the cute vegetable motif linen towel and last the another spoonrest. This spoonrest has two small chips near an edge see pic #5. This is Cardinal Pottery but not marked. You could spray paint the metal basket yellow, green or just leave as is. 10/11vs
Vintage kitchen collectibles. First if the General Store wood box, (not brand new, but not old). Next is a vintage Japan hamburger press; some of the cold paint is coming off. Next is a vintage teaspoon set; a vintage Susi Zyliss garlic press; a cast aluminum scoop; a patented Devault potato peeler; and a nice Irish linen kitchen towel in unused condition. 2/13
Four vintage pie crimpers. First is the patented Dandy crimper, dated 1925. Wood handle; some of paint is flaking off. Next is an Ateco cast aluminum pie crimper. Next is an unmarked cast alum. crimper; and last is a double crimer? Not sure if this is a crimper or not but it's included! 2/13vs
Vintage Py O My cookie sheet with 5 extra kitchen collectible items. First is the pan which is in good overall vintage condition. It is 9.75 wide x 13.75 long. Next is an antique Rumford tin muffin/biscuit press. Next is a vintage Kwik-Kut Mohawk NY biscuit cutter. Next is a 1967, 2nd edition, Betty Crocker Bisquik spiral bound cookbook in good condition. Next are some small jello molds. And last is the vintage linen kitchen towel featuring a colorful coffeepot with bowl of fruit. 2/13
Vintage Py-O-My cookie sheet pan with 8 cool vintage kitchen items. First is the aluminum Py O My cookie sheet that is in good overall vintage condition. It is 9.75 wide x 13.75 long. Next are 4 utensils with words on their handles. First is a heart shaped spatula that reads: Use With White Lily Flour, ... Milling Co., Minster O.; a spatula marked Lytona; a serrated spoon marked Rumford, and a different shaped serrated spoon marked Rumford. You also get a Kwik-Kut Mohawk, NY biscuit cutter; a jello mold; a teaspoon set; and a vintage linen kitchen towel with coo-coo clock design. Great cross-collectibles; vintage kitchen or advertising. 2/13
Now this is a rare find. It was a refrigerator cooler, most likely given with each new purchase. It is rectangle with a spout that would hang over the edge for easy pouring. It is made of plastic. It has a back hairline but did not leak when I tried it. With lid it stands 5 ¼ tall by 14 long with spout and 5 ½ wide.
Vintage graniteware pot with collectible kitchen gadgets. 12 items in all. First is the gw pan that is still usable but does have some light wear on interior and exterior bottom. It is 6.25 tall x 9.5 wide without lid on. Next is a vintage linen kitchen towel in unused condition. Next is a cool Presto mason glass jar with milk glass and tin Good Housekeeping lid. Next is a Nuroll cast alum. scoop. Next is a Presto french fry cutter. Next is a German ACME like grater with prongs so it can sit over a pan. Next is a tin funnel. Next is a Foley reamer. Next is a measuring spoon set. Next is an Italian garlic press, (this might be a newer item); next is a mesh strainer. Last is a neat Rueger France whatnot. Not sure what it is for, maybe an egg holder? It is sort of like a pair of tongs but not quite. 2/13
Vintage graniteware pot with cool collectible kitchen gadgets. 11 items in all for one price! First is the nice gw pan and lid, in very nice usable condition. It is 6 tall x 9.25 wide. Next is a like-new vintage kitchen linen towel by Parisian Prints. Next is an antique spice grater: Germany. Next is a Bean-X N.J. bean stringer and slicer. Next is a cool wire strainer. Next is a 2 cup measuring cup. Next is a Foley reamer. Next is a Rapid Slaw cutter. Next is a wire egg whip with wood handle. Next is a vintage pizza cutter. And, last is a heavy metal scoop. 2/13vs
The Lee Corn Cutter - Stainless Steel - To Make Cream Style Corn
Marked: Lee's Corn Cutter package is soiled - directions on rear of package - paper label remains in center so has not been used, or washed but the cover guard is missing from package so it would only make creamed corn. Comments: rear of package tells the corn cutter story - dates to after 1969
Marked: Foley Mfg. Co., Minneapolis, Minn - Pat. No. 3,087,418 Size: 10-inches length, 5-3/4 inches width Condition: used, good, very minor scratches Comments: Patent issued 1963 as a draining tray - made for draining the grease from fried food; it is mounted on wall of cooking utensil - drains and goes back into the cooking pan - also useful for keeping the food hot until it is served, so has a dual purpose.
Cute basket full of very vintage green kitchenware. 10 items, one price! The basket is an estate sale item, not vintage, but neat! Next is a vintage double rocker chopper; a vintage Simplex grater; an Androck rolling pin; a wire egg whip; an A a Made in USA frosting knife; an Androck pastry blender, a cool rolling pin, and a potato peeler. Only the double rocker chopper and rolling pin are in usable condition; the others are just for display due to age/wear. Wrap it up in cellophane and give as a unique housewarming gift for the person who loves vintage! 1/13vars
Five antique food choppers. = only $25/each! First is the very awesome Yates chopper with hardwood handle; also reads: Caststeel on other side of metal. It is 6.25 long x 5 wide, (the larges of the three). Next is a neat 'The Bee Hardware Store 411 Gratiot Ave. Detroit, Mich.' chopper with metal handle. Note the old State abbreviation on it. It is 5 tall x 5.75 wide. Next is an unmarked chopper with hardwood handle that is 4.75 tall x 5.25 wide. Next is a pitted/rusted chopper with hardwood handle; no mark on it. Last is a large chopper with hardwood handle, no mfg. mark on it but is shown in L. Franklin's book and on the cover of the book. Cool old choppers for your primitive kitchen collection! 1/13estcs
Antique wooden kitchen items and vintage shot shell box. = only $20/each! Included is a super old beetle/pestle, see pic. #4. There is an antique butter paddle or ladle; an antique mallet, and another antique pestle. All show age/wear, but the butter paddle/ladle is fine. The neat shot shell box is 14 long x 8 wide x 4 tall. 1/13vars
Four vintage wooden pestles and an antique wood box. The box is 13.5 long x 7 deep x 4.25 tall. The pestles are for mashing potatoes and berries. You can display the mashers inside large crocks, or leave in the box! 1/13varscs
beautiful little server, made for serving smaller dainties cakes and deserts,Blade made by Sheffield England, Stainless steel, and handle is made from lovely floral porcelain or china, Measuring about 6 3/4 inches long, In very fine condition, but for a scratches on surface of the steel part.
Two patented vintage jar openers. Both for one price. c:1930-35. One is an Edlund Top-Off, (worn red wood handle). Next one is a Bonny top-off with wood handle. Both show age/wear but both work fine. The one with red wood handle is missing most of the original red paint. You can repaint it if you are crafty.scsv
Seven neat vintage yellow kitchen collectibles. First is the cool patented Androck flour sifter, good vintage condition. Next is a tin matchsafe that looks like it is probably a Ransburg painted item. Next is a an old Hazel Atlas nutchopper, (not really usuable unless you can soak the old grease out of lid); next is a nice graniteware large strainer and matching butter melt both in good condition; next is a crispy vintage linen towel, (Holly Hobby?); next is a nice vintage apron. Great items for your kitchen display or to use! 1/13vs
Three vintage cast aluminum egg slicers. The first is the neatest: Westmark Germany, Pat. Amanti, see pics, nice condition. Next is a Pat. Appl'd For Presto slicer. And last is a Bloomfield, Inc., Chicago, Ill, Japan slicer. A US company doing biz in Japan; note the old State abbreviation for Illinois. All 3 for one price! Use them or just display them! 1/13scsr
Nutcracker Cast Iron Pliers English Vintage Ball Ends
This cast iron English vintage nutcracker dates from the 1930-1940s. The nutcracker is a pliers type with large and small holes in the jaw to accomodate different sizes of nuts. It has ball ends and is 4 inches long and in good ++ condition as it shows wear. I brought it home from England recently. A fun piece of kitchenalia, and works, too.
Ten vintage collectible kitchen items featuring the color orange for one price. First is the neat Androck nut chopper; good usable condition. Next is a neat vintage Hazel Atlas bulb style nut chopper with tin top; very vintage condition, some rust. Next is a vintage Ohio Art recipe box, Bryan, Ohio, that is 5 wide x 3.5 high with recipes inside. Next is a Made in Holland orange/black graniteware collander that is 8 wide x 3.5 tall, it has some missing enamel. Next is an a vintage graniteware butter melt, good condition. Next is an Androck USA pastry blender; next is a wood handled melon baller; next are 2 matched embroidered pot holders featuring Amish style hats; and last is a very cute little embroidered pot holder. Colorful assortment if you kitchen is white, green, yellow, orange! 1/13vs
Assortment of five awesome aqua themed collectible kitchen items. First is the rare patented aqua handle Foley food chopper. Looks like it was never used and it works. Next is a cool Foley Sift-Chine flour triple screen sifter in very nice condition. Next is a cool Federal Housewares nut chopper also in very good condition. Next is a crispy linen kitchen towel featuring the Key West Lighthouse. Last is a cute quilted potholder. Great items for your 50's style kitchen display or you can used these items since they are in such good condition! 1/13vs
Teapot Drip Catcher Butterfly England Royal Patrician
This cute little teapot drip catcher is designed to catch the drips from your teapot spout and keep them from getting on the tablecloth made by Royal Patrician, England. It consists of a ceramic butterfly with gilt accents that sits on the teapot lid, an elastic cord with a sponge which fits under your teapot spout to catch the drips and a hook that attached to the handle. It is ingenious and practical as well as cute. It really works and fits all teapots from 1 cup to 8 cup. These are new. A fun tea table essential!
Four vintage cast aluminum garlic presses. Can also be used for cloves, etc. First if the Alpine Brand, Made in Italy press, works find, some wear on it. Next is the Pat Pending Brevetatto Made in Italy press, works fine. Next is a C. Bialetti KiKi Made in Italy press; and last is one that is just marked: Italy and looks to be the darkest and oldest. 1/13va
Vintage Kitchamajig metal spatula, strainer, blender, whipper, beater, drainer, etc. Made by EKCO USA. And, a cute cotton kitchen towel. The towel has some pin dot size holes; not sure what those are from, but no spots or tears. 1/13
Vintage wood basket carrier with retro red kitchen collectibles. First is the neat solid wood carrier, (not vintage). Next is the c:1935 patented Foley food chopper; good usable condition. Next are 2 cute crocheted pot holders. Next is a mouli grater that is missing some paint on the handle; next are 2 different types of vintage mesh strainers; next is a very cute heavy cotton embroidered apron. Next is a patented 1933 Edlund can opener, and last is a long heavy duty vintage cotton kitchen runner that is 33.25 long x 17 wide.
Four cool collectible kitchen items with aqua as the theme color. First is the awesome patented Foley food chopper; nice usable condition. Next is the Foley Sift-Chine four sifter; some tarnish, mainly on the handle. Next is a vintage rolling pin with aqua painted handles; it is 17 inches long. Last is the vintage linen kitchen towel featuring the Washington Monument. I sell the food choppers for $36 each so you are getting more bang for your buck by buying these items in the assortment groups. 1/13vs
Four vintage aluminum cups from size: 1-cup / ½ cup / 1/3 cup / ¼ cup. Each has the size written near the hanging hole in raised lettering. Sizes range from the cup size: 2-1/2 inches height, 3-1/8 inches across rim, 1-5/8 inches across the base. The smallest is 1-inch height, 2-5/8 inches across rim, 1-1/2 inches across the base. Condition: used, normal for age dents and scratches (character).
A & J - Ajax - Red & White - Kitchen Strainer, Patn'd
A vintage strainer marked: A & J - Ajax - Heavy Duty - Strainer - Pat. No. 2,006,566 along its rim. Has a molded hard plastic handle in red & white and a black stripe to separate the colors. Size: 13-1/2 inches length, 6-inches across basket which is 3-3/4 inches in depth Condition: vintage, used, very good for age. Comments: with two arms on end to place over pan or bowl during use, circa 1934. The patent number was filed Jan. 11, 1934 and granted July 2, 1935 to Myron J. Zimmer assignor to Edward Katzinger Co. Chicago, ILL.
Three Wonder Shredder Triplett's/ With Pat. No's 1929
A vintage set of three shredders: one is fine shred, one is medium shred, and one is coarse (large grates). They were manufactured by: A. Kreamer, Inc. Brooklyn, N.Y. - Advertised as Properly Prepared Vegetables Protect Your Health - the greatest time saver in the kitchen - The Perfect Shredders For Every Housewife. The three shredders are in good condition, show little if any use, and all are curved with two patent numbers written on their tops, under: The Wonder Shredder - Reg. U.S. Pat. Off Pat No.'s 1768462 and 1768463. Both dating to filed Oct. 21, 1929 and granted June 24, 1930 to Albert H. Dixon and Thomas Simpson Robson of Seattle, Wa. and to Ferdinand A. Henschell of Van Cover, British Columbia Canada. The number 1768462 was for the method of making the shredder and the other number; 1768463 is for the actual shredder design. Size: 8-5/8 inches length, 4-1/4 inches width Condition: very good/ vintage
This is very popular Cottage Ware Toast Rack, Made ib England by Price Bros, Charming detail and beautiful glaze, In fine antique condition, but for a small spot of glaze coat missing, Measuring about 4 inches long 3 inches high and 2 1/2 inches wide.
Vintage patented Foley food chopper. c:1935-40. Some age/wear, but bottom blades are fine and usable. This item is 7.5 long x 3.75 wide. They are making copies of these now, but they are very flimsy and are made in China. 12/12restcs
English Tea Strainer Ornate Cast Brass Angel Finial Antique
This is an ornate Edwardian brass tea strainer with an angel finial. The tea strainer measures .75 inch high by 5.5 inches long by 3.5 inches wide and has a polished bowl. The finial is figural and is an angel holding a fish or dolphin, not sure which and within the filigree border are a ship, cottage, cow and windmill. The neo classical tea strainer was made between 1900-1920s and is a stylish way to keep the tea leaves out of your cup.
Antique banded stoneware bowl. Pink and blue bands. Incised 9 on bottom. It is 9 inches wide x almost 5 tall. No chips or cracks but does have a few imperfections like gouges, crazing and pinpops which is common on antique stoneware. Nice design on it; not sure who made it. Neat old bowl to display or use. 10/12
Kitchen collectibles - an aluminum funnel, signed on bottom of handle: Foley Mfg. - Mpls., Minn. and signed Foley on the handle top. Size: 6 3/8- inches, 3-7/8 inches width, 2-1/2 inches height. Condition: used, normal wear, slight rim denting Comments: has a hole for hanging on tip of handle.
This nut chopper is hand operated. Glass base is marked Federal Tool Corp. Chicago. Stands 5.75 in. tall. No chips or nicks to the glass. The cover for the chopper top has suffered paint loss. Please view images carefully. In working condition. Perfect to use when you need a small amount of chopped nuts.
English Tea Strainer Ornate Brass Lion Angel Finial Late Victorian
This is an ornate cast brass tea strainer made in the England in the 1890s tp 1910, the late Victorian to Edwardian period. The tea strainer measures 1 inch high by 6 inches long by 3.5 inches wide. The finial is figural and is a lion holding a shield with angels and birds aoround the flange of the bowl. The tea strainer is in very good +++ used condition and is a very decorative item.
Great for those who do a lot of apple pealing. This old White Mountain apple corer/peeler/slicer will make the job go easy. Comes in the original box, box slightly damaged. Has the original directions.
Vintage Kitchen Potato Masher With Square Metal Base, Wooden Handle
Very nice old kitchen collectible, a vintage potato masher with a square metal thick wire base and wood handle. What gives this piece an elegant feel is the curved wires which extend vertically from the base and then twist together before being firmly inserted/fixed into to the medium wood colored handle. This antique piece stands about 10 5/8 inches tall, with a width to the square base of about 3 1/8 inches and a width/depth to the vertical curved wire portion of about 3 1/4 inches. While this kitchen tool is most often referred to as a potato masher, it was also used with cooking/mashing many other vegetables, such as squash, turnips, etc. There is no manufacturer or other marking on this piece so we can't know its age for certain. But from the style and wear on the lower portion on the wood handle it is not new, and we would guess it dates from the 1940's to 1960's period. Very good old used condition, with no major flaws. The metal does not appear broken or twisted out of shape. The wood handle does not appear cracked or chipped. It does have striations in the wood which is normal for natural wood items, but we can't tell if any of these striations actually are hairline cracks in the wood. The wood surface does not appear varnished. It is possible it once was and this has been worn away. The wood is scuffed or roughly carved near the wire portion to give it some better dimension for holding (we're trying to say here that the handle has not been finished as a flat rod piece, but has curves to it as made for better gripping). A nice addition to any collection of potato mashers or kitchen collectibles, kitchen utensils, kitchen implements, cooking items, cooking tools, etc. Easy to hang on the wall of your kitchen either by hanging on nails at the curved wire pieces or by twisting additional wire around the stem. Please note that we have many other kitchen items listed separately for sale. If you wish to purchase more than one, please e-mail us before placing the order since the shipping information has been inputted for a purchase of just one and will not calculate the savings you would get when purchasing more than one shipped together in the same package (we will need to handle this for you).
Antique Curved Metal Grater Shredder With All Over Small Shred Holes
Great antique kitchen collectible find, a large curved metal grater or shredder with a large circular handle at the top. There are no manufacturer or other markings on this vintage piece, but it looks similar to many Germany made pieces from the pre World War II era we have seen, and would guess that it dates from the 1920's to 1930's period (but can't guarantee that given the lack of markings). Measures 8 1/2 inches in length, 3 7/8 inches in width, and sits 1 1/4 inches to the greatest height of the curve. The curved portion is fully covered with raised metal grating/shredding bump pieces that have a hole at the center created by 4 raised tabs of metal. We would expect that when originally made all holes were of the same size, perhaps providing a 1/8 inch opening from what we see. However, due to use over time, the hole openings no longer are all the same size, many still about 1/8 inch but others slightly wider or narrower. We expect that this is from inconsistent pressure of rubbing cheese, vegetables, spices or other items across the top surface over the years, such that the tabs of metal which form the hole were pushed further apart for some holes than others. It is also possible that some of the very tips of these raised metal tabs may have been slightly chipped off over time....we can't tell this for certain, but it looks like that is possible with some of these (although none look like the tabs were fully broken off, just perhaps a bit more jagged at the tips). However, this variation in the hole openings is part of what gives this piece its wonderful old character and believability of age/use. Terrific old condition, with no major breaks, pieces missing, etc. Has an all-over dark gray tarnished/used look, with dark spotting. There are a few touches of rust on the topside and underside, but nothing bad at all. A nifty addition to any collection of shredders, graters or kitchen collectibles, kitchen utensils, kitchen implements, cooking items, cooking tools, etc. Easy to hang on the wall of your kitchen given the circular top handle. Please note that we have many other kitchen items listed separately for sale. If you wish to purchase more than one, please e-mail us before placing the order since the shipping information has been inputted for a purchase of just one and will not calculate the savings you would get when purchasing more than one shipped together in the same package (we will need to handle this for you).
Vintage Kitchen Grater, Bromco Shredder, Metal With Double Hole Sizes
Very nice vintage kitchen collectible or kitchecn utensil, a Bromco shredder, which would have been used for shredding cheese, vegetables, spices, etc. Made of metal with handles at either end for ease in holding when in use. We do not know what type of metal was used to make this, could be tin or steel, but does show tarnish spotting from use BROMCO, Made in U.S.A. . While there is no indication of exact age on this piece, we would judge that it dates to the 1940's or 1950's period (it definitely has age, but we do not know exact age for certain). Terrific old used condition with no breaks, cracks, pieces missing. We do note bends/curves to the underside portions of the center long slanted shred openings, visible most prominently from the underside (a bit from the topside), likely from use pressing much bigger items for slicing. There are also a few dots of rust on the topside and a few spots of rust & other staining on the underside, but nothing bad. A nifty addition to any collection of shredders, graters or kitchen collectibles, kitchen utensils, kitchen implements, cooking items, cooking tools, etc. Easy to hang on the wall of your kitchen given the multiple holes & handles. Please note that we have many other kitchen items listed separately for sale. If you wish to purchase more than one, please e-mail us before placing the order since the shipping information has been inputted for a purchase of just one and will not calculate the savings you would get when purchasing more than one shipped together in the same package (we will need to handle this for you).
Antique Metal Kitchen Grater The Wonder Shredder, 1930 Patent Dates A
Great antique kitchen collectible or kitchen tool, The Wonder Shredder, used for shredding or grating cheese, vegetables, spices, etc. We believe this was originally part of a multi-shredder set, and we actually have two different shredders from this set which came out of the same home and we are listing separately. This listing is for one shredder which we are marking A , with the second having larger shred holes, which we are marking as B . Terrific vintage metal, we don't know if this was made of tin or something else, but it has the great old used patina Trade Mark, The Wonder Shredder, Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., Pat. Nos. 1.768.462 . We have dated these patent numbers and they were issued in 1930. Although we can't say for sure that that is the date this grater was made (the same patent number can appear on pieces produced over a number of years), from the look of this piece it could date from the 1930's to 1950's period, and most likely from the earlier part of this time frame. Wonderful condition for its age & use, with no visible breaks, cracks, pieces missing, etc. Has all over gray spotting/tarnishing of a darker gray over a lighter one, as expected. There is a touch of rust and other staining on the underside but nothing to worry about here. A nifty addition to any collection of shredders, graters or kitchen collectibles, kitchen utensils, kitchen implements, cooking items, cooking tools, etc. Easy to hang on the wall of your kitchen given the multiple holes. Please note that we have many other kitchen items listed separately for sale. If you wish to purchase more than one, please e-mail us before placing the order since the shipping information has been inputted for a purchase of just one and will not calculate the savings you would get when purchasing more than one shipped together in the same package (we will need to handle this for you).
Nine vintage kitchen gadgets. 7 are cast aluminum; 2 are some other type of metal; not sure, could be aluminum with pewter? The large ladle with pour spout is marked: 'Westmark Fett-Weg'; next is a large soup spoon marked: Germany aluminum; next is a long shaped spoon marked: 'Westmark Taucher' Germany; next is a smaller two spout spoon marked: Germany, 'Westmark' symbol and Royal; next is shell shaped spoon marked: 'Pew Tare'; next is a serrated large spoon that is unmarked; and last is an open spatula type item marked; Taiwan. Next is a large heavy scoop marked #1 and #4; and last is a vintage meat tenderizer marked Nevco Japan. These are the type of gadgets your grandmother used with the old cast aluminum cookware. Put then in a cool crock and display them like Martha Stewart! 10/12scs
This has 2 red painted wood can opener from the 1920s. Hold one handle while turning the other to open the can. Impress on the metal is EMLUND JUNIOR No. 5 EDLUND CO. BURLINGTON VT plus the patent date. On the other side it reads: KEEP CLEAN OIL REGULARLY. The can opener was guaranteed to work for 5 years. It is still working. Paint is chipped from years of usage. Size: 6 1/2 inches long X 2 3/4 inches high at turning handle
Metal Gripper For Glass Canning Jars - Rare & Unusual
This is a hard to find and very unusual gadget to grip and hold hot canning jars being removed from the hot water. Early green colored handles that stay cool. Never saw one like this before. Condition: Working capacity is great. Some rust which I did not remove. Wanted it to be as found leaving it for the buyer to clean. Size: Full length 10 inches. Note the 2nd photo show it open and shorter - adjustable.
A ricer made of shiny steel. Normally used to make riced potatoes but is also useful to crush berries and fruits for shortcakes etc. In very usable condition. Cup is 3 in. tall and is 3.75 in. diameter.