Vintage kitchen collectibles. First is the cute pottery teaspoon holder with teaspoons. The small spoon is hard to get out of the slot. No chips or cracks; it is 5 inches tall. Next is the spoonrest. This one is signed TP and reads Spoon Rest on the top side. It looks fairly old but was made by a hobbyist in a ceramic shop. It has a couple of fleabites on the rim edges, but is very cute despite the flaws. Next is a Kay Dee linen towel featuring Herb Garden/Favorite Herbs. Doesn't look used. Last is the cute vintage bag someone has made from an old linen kitchen towel featuring herbs. All the items have yellow and green in them so I put them all together! 3/14vs
This great sifter use one C battery and has; Removable Funnel for Directing Flour to a Small Area Sifts up to Four Cups at a Time Two Speed Operation, High or Low Fine Mesh Screen It works great and is in excellent used condition. Battery NOT included. Shipping weight is 1.5 pounds.
Antique graniteware colander. Large colander. Speckled gray. Two handles. It stands almost 5 tall x 12 wide. It has missing enameling, mainly around the rims, and some rust tinge. Great display item. Unusual size and shape. 2/14twest
Antique Crystal Glass Orange Juicer Reamer. This style of reamer was very popular in the 1920's and 1930's, probably made by Hazel Atlas or Anchor Hocking Glass. It has a faint ringed pattern on the side and a handle for pouring the juice out of the reamer. It is about 8 1/4 inches across including the handle and spout by about 1 3/4 inches deep. It is in very good condition, no chips, some very light signs of use on the bottom from being slid across a surface. It would be a great addition to you collection or a very functional piece to use in the kitchen! Please see our other listings for additional pieces of depression glass.
A textured metal fruit juice strainer Marked: Fruit Juice Strainer - Made In U.S. America (a little hard to read) Size: 4 inches round with a tab handle; 5- inches over handle, 1-inch depth Condition: used /good
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.
Vintage English Toast Rack Silver Plate Letter Holder Ball Feet
This is a neat vintage silver plate 6 slice toast rack made 1930-1940s I brought home from England recently. The toast holder is unmarked with 4 ball feet and a ball and ring handle. The toast rack or toast holder measures 5 inches high by 5.5 long by 2.75 wide. The toast rack is in excellent condition and has no plate loss. Toast racks also make very decorative letter racks, mail holders or napkin holders. A very cute and useful piece.
Estimate around 1918 Porcelain Rolling Pin with floral tapestery design with silver trim, cork in end so as to add cold water for rolling pie crust and breads easier. It is in excellent conditon. My mother received one like this for a wedding present.
Two vintage ACME graters and one slightly smaller unmarked grater. The smaller ACME like grater is likely German, and is very sturdy. All three are in good vintage usable condition. The ACME graters are 13.5 long x 5.25 wide. The smaller grater is 12 x 4.5. 1/14vs
Three vintage kitchen graters for one price. First is the nice ACME grater, good usuable condition. Next is a combo cheese/potato grater. It can still be used; one of the wires on the potato end is loose. This grater is not marked. Last is the large rapid slaw cutter. This one has some rust tinge so it is more for display than actual use. 1/14vs
Antique stoneware butter crock. Missing the wood lid which you could replace if you are handy or know someone that can cut a piece of wood to size. This crock has 3 stilt marks on the bottom. It is almost 6 inches tall x almost 6 wide. Some smearing of the cobalt blue glaze. Cool old piece. You could also use it as a unique planter or in a powder room for bath salts, pot pourri, etc.! 1/14
A vintage Cleaver, tenderizer kitchen tool that is marked Pat. Dec. 5 1922. The Kluster Knife Co. Indiana. Paint loss on the wood handle. Measures 10 in. long and 4.25 in. wide. Minor pitting on the steel. May clean up a bit better than I have done. Usable and displayable.
Vintage pie crimpers. Four for one price. The first one is antique. It has a wood handle and brass top piece with metal handle that looks like pewter. It is 5.75 long. Next is a cast aluminum crimper marked: Ateco. Next is another cast aluminum crimper that is not marked and a bit smaller than the Ateco. Last is a solid brass crimper, at least I think it is a crimper marked: JYM Germany. It has a round moveable end and the other end is curved, see photos. Very cool items. 1/14est
Marked: Merry Maid- Cleve. Ohio - Plastics Corp. - D 167,270 Pat. Nos. 2,615, 486 (all written backwards; hard to read on base) ShredAid (on top) two grating one slicing, a plastic bin or tray, lid, handle and plastic cover - lids are yellow, bin and handle are white molded hard plastic.
Vintage Cast Metal Woodpecker Toothpick Holder-grabber-dispenser
This is a vintage cast metal..I say metal because I am not sure if it is cast iron or not...Woodpecker toothpick holder-grabber-dispenser. The spring is strong yet, so it works well. At the tip of the woodpecker's beak are two pointed tips that grab onto the toothpick by maneuvering the toothpick in-between them and bringing it up when the head is let up. There is some paint loss, which is consistent with use and handling. Other than that there is no damage. Be sure and check the photos as they are part of the description. Happy Collecting !!!!
Primitive Lemon Press...squeezer...juicer... Hand Carved Woodenware
This is an early turn of the century primitive lemon press made of wood. It fits into the primitive kitchenware or gadgets category of collectibles. It measures 12 long, 3 3/8 wide and 2 1/2 thick. There are signs of this being hand crafted or carved in areas. It is in very good condition for its age, but does show some cracking which is natural and happens as wood ages. In this case the most obvious cracking is caused by the stress of the attachment of the hinges pulling on the two sections of wood as the lemon is squeezed. There is some discoloration to the wood next to the hinges and also you can see a tiny chip being gone out of the wood. You can see it in the picture showing the close-up of the hinges. There is also a crack in the wooden hump. That attached hump appears to be of a different type of wood than the body of the press. I am no expert in wood so if any of you know what kind of wood this is, please let me know!!! Be sure and check out the photos as they will give you a much better idea as to condition and quality than I can in writing and should be considered a part of this description. Happy Collecting!!!!
This is a vintage aluminum tea ball. Balls like this came into vogue in the mid 1800's and the sterling ones bring in large prices. You would put leaf tea inside the ball and then hang it in your cup and pour your hot water into the cup and let it absorb the tea from inside the cup. I have also heard it called an infuser ball. The ball measures 1 7/16 tall and 1 3/8 wide with the chain and hanger adding another 2 1/2 . Yes, it does have a hanger, even though it does not show in the picture. Sorry about that. My last picture will show a different tea ball that I have also listed here just to show you what the hanger looks like. It is in very good to excellent useable condition. Be sure and check the pictures as they can tell you more than I can about condition and quality. Happy Collecting !!!
This is a vintage aluminum tea ball. Balls like this came into vogue in the mid 1800's and the sterling ones bring in large prices. You would put leaf tea inside the ball and then hang it in your cup and pour your hot water into the cup and let it absorb the tea from inside the cup. I have also heard it called an infuser ball. The ball measures 1 9/16 tall and 1 5/16 wide with the chain and hanger adding another 2 1/2 . It is in very good to excellent useable condition. Be sure and check the pictures as they can tell you more than I can about condition and quality. Happy Collecting !!!
This old fashion hand shredder has a wood knob handle. Comes with its original four different types of discs. Three wide legs for support. Made of tin. Condition; It has wear and minimal rust from age and use. Size: Height 7 to top of knob Length 10 1/2 Width 6
Vintage Glass & Metal Turn Handle Grinder Grater Shredder
Nifty vintage kitchen tool or utensil which grinds, grates or shreds cheese or vegetables into a glass jar base. Likely from the 1930's or 1940's, there is no manufacturer marking on this old kitchen collectible. It consists of a very pretty glass base with a raised curved line design onto which screws the metal grinding/grating top. This consists of a metal shredder with a turning metal handle having a red wood elongated bead-like piece and a separate red metal cap which sits on top of this and lifts off when in use. Full piece assembled stands about 6 inches in height with a width/depth to the glass jar of about 3 1/4 inches, but when the turn handle is included, the greatest width is about 5 inches. Please see the 6 images included which try to show this piece and it's parts from different angles. The white hot spots in the images are reflections from the camera lighting on the glass and metal. This vintage kitchen tool is in very nice used condition but it does show wear/age. The glass jar portion is in great shape with no chips or cracks. We do see some straw marks in the base of the glass as it was made and there are bubbles in the glass. While the glass looks overall very clear, there is some slight white wear/skim along the edges of the interior base which may or may not be removable (we have only done a slight cleaning on this piece to get the dust). The main wear/aging is visible on the metal cap and grater/grinding piece, with use wear, dirt, discoloration and some rusting on the interior and exterior. The inside of the red metal cap piece must have been scraped at some point as there are two large scrape lines (which you can see in one image). The outer red of this cap shows much wear/dirt/use (net, the red color is not pristine but has a nice worn/aged look as one would expect over time). This piece could still be used as intended since the handle does turn, but it does so in a jerky (not smooth) motion. A very nice used looking piece to add to any collection of antique kitchen utensils or kitchen tools, particularly one related to grinders, graters, choppers & shredders.
Vintage Plunge Type Food Chopper, Glass Jar With Green Wood Handle
A vintage food chopper, likely from the 1930's to 1950's period, consisting of a glass base jar with a plunge-type apparatus which screws on top to chop vegetables and other items up to 1 1/2 or 12 ounces in capacity at one time. The glass jar has raised markings showing divisions in 1/4 cup or 2 ounce quantities on one side and 1/3 cup quantities on the opposite side of the jar. There is a round wood piece which sits freely in (and can be removed from) the base of the jar, presumably to prevent cracking the jar with the plunging chopping action. The metal screw-on top piece has an x shaped chopper on the bottom/inside the jar(which on two sides is impressed stamped Stainless Steel ). The plunger part is capped with a nice green painted wood handle. We don't know who made this piece. There are some raised markings on the underside glass base, with a B in a circle, the numbers 5393 and what looks to be 6 M . When assembled, unplunged, this piece stands just under 12 1/2 inches in height, with a greatest depth/width to the round metal cap and glass jar of about 3 inches. We've provided 6 images to try and show all sides/angles of this old kitchen collectible. Please note that the white hot spots are reflections from the camera lighting. It presses down smoothly and easily, so it could still be used today to chop up foods for cooking. This is a neat old kitchen tool in great shape but it does show use/wear. The glass jar part is in excellent condition, clear and without chips/cracks. The round wood piece shows some spotting/discoloration on one side but surprisingly no gouges or cracks from the plunging action of the food chopper. The green wood handle of the chopper has some discoloration/wear but is in overall good shape. It is the metal cap and upper metal plunger pieces which show the age/wear/use with much spotting, discoloration, some rusting, etc., but nothing that to us is objectionable for a used old kitchen item (but you need to know it is there and is not pristine ). The inner chopping blades are still very good and sharp, so handle with care. A nice find to add to any collection of vintage kitchen items or kitchen tools, or one of choppers in particular.
Vintage blue Ball mason jars with metal basket and linen towel. The 2 jars are aqua blue and are 5.5 tall with zinc lids. The vintage linen towel is a Kay Dee, 'Seals of First 13 States'. The aqua colored metal basket is not vintage, but cute! It would make a nice housewarming gift for someone that likes vintage stuff; or keep for yourself to use or display! 11/13vs
Vintage kitchen collectibles assortment. First is the metal basket, this is not vintage. Next is a vintage mason jar marked: Sterling and has a zinc lid. It is 7.25 tall. Next is a cool spatula with Indian Chief head symbol; I believe it is a Kitchimijic but that name has worn off. It reads: Lifts, Whips, Mixes, Mashes, Crushes, Strains, Made in USA, Pat Pend. Sturdy, not flimsy as the newer copies are. Next is a Foley lemon reamer; next is an ACME grater; next is a cast aluminum garlic press; next is a measuring spoon set; next are 6 small aluminum molds; next is a can opener gadget?, (not sure); and last are 2 vintage linen kitchen towels. Same colors, different pattern and one is shorter than the other one. 11/13vs
Vintage cast metal gadgets with a Ransbottom stoneware crock. These are pretty neat old gadgets; might be cast aluminum or some other type of metal. First one is a large spoon marked: Wagner Ware 718. Next is the popular Mrs. Damar's Made in Italy garlic press. Next is a Westmark large soup ladle. Next is large spoon marked: Germany. Next is a large large strainer spoon marked with Westmark symbol and Moderna. All the gadgets show some age/wear but are hard to find, especially the Wagner Ware and Mrs. Damar's. The stoneware blue heart crock is RRP. No chips or cracks; it is 5.5 tall x 5 wide and can be used with the lid or as a utensil holder. 10/13vs
Vintage Flint kitchen utensils. Nine gadgets. Five are Flint gadgets with the arrowhead symbol. The masher is an Ekco Flint without the arrowhead symbol. The large serated spoon is an Ace Chef and the small meat fork and small serrated spatula is Ekco Vanadium. All the handles have eyeholes and are pretty much identical. The large spoon, large meat fork, large ladle, large spatula, and frosting knife all have the arrowhead symbols. These are all in usable condition; the stainless steel is nice; some of the handles show some age/wear as expected, but wood oil or beeswax keeps them looking nice. These items take a long time to accumulate because most of the time they are not in good enough condition to re-sell and estate sales keep upping the prices on them all the time. The spatulas are the hardest to find because they were the utensils that were used the most and so they wore out faster. These will last another lifetime as long as you don't put them in the dishwasher. 10/13vs
Cute Egg Set which is destined to be Favorite in your Kitchen or Egg Cup Collection. Wooden Rack holds 4 little cups and a working sand flow timer. Measures: Height: 8 inches. Width: 6 inches diameter. Depth: 2 1/4 inches. Gently Used. All pieces have edge wear rubs. Hand Painting is nice. Sand in timer flows nicely. Marvelous addition to your Kitchen Cookware or Vintage Collection. Price is for one.
Marked: Made In U.S.A. Size: 7-1/4 inches length, 1-1/2 inches wide. Condition: used, vintage, very nice, works as intended. Comments: With increments for 1/4th thru three teaspoons - very unique all medal gadget!
A cast metal egg slicer marked: Easy Aid - Trade Mark - Pat. Pend. - Made In U.S.A. Size: 4-1/2 inches length, by 3-1/8 inches width and 1-inch depth Condition: used/ vintage Comments: Made to last a lifetime; can easily replace the wire when needed.
A stainless steel vegetable slicer, chopper, grater multi-function tool. Measures 8 in. tall and is 3.25 in. wide. In very good, usable condition. A go to gadget for a lot of your food preparation needs.
Three cool ACME graters. One looks like it was never used; it has the ACME Made in USA mark on it. The 2nd one is older and the mark has worn off but it is still usable. Last is an ACME Italy grater with diagonal instead of square design. It is 12.75 long x 5 wide. The other two are 13 long x 5.25 wide. All are usable for making your potato latkes!! 10/13vs
Vintage Ice Cream Scoop. The Scoop is made of Aluminum. The Scoop is Marked: Pat. Pending, Arnold C. Eichin Inc. Size of the Ice Cream Scoop: Scoop Size- 2 1/8 inches in Diameter x 7 inches Long. Some Wear from Age and Use. Spring is Strong on the Scoop. Great Old Ice Cream Scoop. Please e-mail me with any Questions!
Vintage Ice Cream Scoop. The Scoop is made by Peerless. The has a Wooden Handle. The Scoop is Marked: #16. No Breaks, Cracks or Damage at all. The Scoop works Great! Size of the Scoop: Scoop Size-2 3/8 inches in Diameter x 8 1/2 inches Long. Vintage Peerless Ice Cream Scoop. Please e-mail me with any Questions.
Christmas Spritz Cookies were never better than the ones I made with my mom using one of these Wear Ever Cookie Guns. Original box with all the attachments plus recipes for different types of cookies and icing. This one doesn't look like it was ever used. Make some Christmas memories with your kids and grandkids.
A plastic match holder to hold a box of matches. Measures 7 in. tall, 3.5 in. wide and 3.5 in. deep. Hang on wall near point of use and always have your matches handy. Pretty decal of children decorates this holder. No damage.
Shredfast Grater System - 5 Piece Set, Turquoise Frame
A vintage grating system with a Turquoise plastic frame which holds the metal graters for safety, while using. Set comes with four grating blades for course grating, fine grating, and two for slicing. Instructions for use are to match the arrows, the blades slide in from the side. Size Frame: 8-3/4 inches length and 4-5/8 inches width with four grating blades that measure 4-1/4 by 4-1/2 inches. Condition: used, vintage
Teapot Drip Catcher White And Gold Porcelain Rose England New
This is a lovely little white and gold porcelain rose teapot drip catcher is designed to catch the drips from your teapot spout and keep them from getting on the tablecloth made by Heirloom China, a successor to Royal Patrician, England. The porcelain rose drip catcher consists of a figural three dimensional rose with gold 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!
Figural Teapot Drip Catcher Cat England White Porcelain New Pastels
This little new porcelain cat shaped teapot drip catcher is designed to catch any drips from your teapot spout and keep them from getting on your tablecloth. The cute little cat drip catcher is new and was made in England by Heirloom China, successor to Royal Patrician, England who closed in 2009. The drip catcher consists of a bone china cat which fits on the teapot lid, an elastic cord and a sponge which fits beneath the spout to catch the drips and a hook which attaches to the handle. Ingenious and practical as well as cute. It really does work and fits all teapots from 1 cup to 8 cup. The cute cats are are new and are white with pale colors of blue, green or beige, which we will choose for you. A fun tea table essential.
Teapot Drip Catcher Bird England New White Gold Porcelain England
This is a new, fun little teapot drip catcher is designed to catch any drips from your teapot spout and stop from getting on the tablecloth made by Heirloom China, a successor to Royal Patrician, England. The figural bird shaped teapot drip catcher consists of a white and gold porcelain bird which fits on the lid, an elastic cord, a sponge which fits beneath the spout and catches the drips and a metal hook which attaches to the handle. Ingenious and practical as well as cute. It really does work and fits any size of pot from 1 cup to 8 cup. These are new. A fun essential.
Three neat cow collectibles. First is the 1 QT ceramic milk bottle with black and white cows on bottom. 3 stilt marks on bottom of bottle; it is in good condition. It is 8.5 tall. Not sure of the age of this bottle. Next is an antique metal milk top lifter, (these were used to poke a hole in the top of the paper lids on pint size dairy bottles). This one is an advertising collectible for Reliance Furniture Co. Other side reads: Everything For The Home. Last is a newer item from an estate sale. it is a wood wall plaque with a cow and checkerboard that reads: Meadowfresh Dairy. It is 12.5 tall x 7 wide. Neat items for your country kitchen! 7/13vs
Vintage Mouli julienne salad shredder. This one has the black rubber endcaps intact. It comes with the original paper pamphlet showing several Mouli products, their uses and some recipes. It has 5 blades. I doubt this was ever actually used; minor age/wear on it; some flecks of paint loss on red finial. A great vintage gadget to use or just display! 4/13scsr
Vintage Mouli king size salad shredder. This one is in the original box, but the box is in very poor condition. The shredder itself has the yellow handle. I don't think this was every actually used, but it does show some age mainly on the metal areas near the legs and the handle. I have 5 original blades and 5 extra blades for it. It is a very usable vintage item. I will also include a copy of the original pamphlet which shows other Mouli products, their uses and some recipes. 6//13brncs
Marked: Rapid Slaw and Vegetable Cutters - Hold fingers so as not to come in contact with knivls. - when slicing a small article, press down with palm of hand - Patented - Mfg. By Bluffton Slaw Cutter Co. - Bluffton, O. Size: 12-3/4 inches length (including handle) by 4-1/4 inches width. Condition: used, vintage, very good - near mint for age Comments: Use slicer area for fruits and vegetables to - slice quickly and uniformly - and the grater area for cheese, chocolate, nutmeg, fruit rinds etc.
This is an antique teapot spout tea leaves basket catcher or teapot tea strainer basket of of solid sterling silver made by Gorham Silver, USA from the 1890s. The fully marked sterling silver basket has an ornate hand made repousse fesign of a floral and ruffled rim, a pierced fluted baske and a 2 pronged attachment that goes into the spout of the teapot and swivels to strain the tea that is being poured from the teapot into the cup through the holes in the basket. Of course, before teabags. The oval basket measures 1 inch high by 3 inches long by 2.18 inches wide with a 2 inch high swiveling handle and the prongs are 2 inches long. The teapot spout strainer basket didn't necessarily guarantee no drips on the tablecloth, just no tea leaves in the cup. The tea strainer basket weighs 20.2 grams of silver and these are rarely seen today. Trust the Victorians to come up with a fun thing like this. The basket is in excellent condition. A fun tea item.
Marked: Rapid Slaw and Vegetable Cutters - Hold fingers so as not to come in contact with knivls. - when slicing a small article, press down with palm of hand - Patented - Mfg. By Bluffton Slaw Cutter Co. - Bluffton, O. Size: 12-3/4 inches length (including handle) by 4-1/4 inches width. Condition: used, vintage, very good for age Comments: Use slicer area for fruits and vegetables to - slice quickly and uniformly - and the grater area for cheese, chocolate, nutmeg, fruit rinds etc.
Signed: Econome - Inox - France (under open umbrella) Size: 5-1/2 inches length Condition: used, handle is a hard molded plastic Comments: Zestuer: A French cooking tool used to produce fancy curls of lemon, lime, or orange; a citrus zester.
An aluminum funnel to aid you in your canning and preserving tasks. measures 5 in. diameter. Comes with 3 strainers and a tube for filling bottles. It does have some minor dents but this will not hamper use. In good, usable condition.
Marked: Trademark (Flying bird ---- (can't read) Size: 8-1/2 inches length, 3-1/2 inches width Condition: used, vintage, has very small grates Comments: storage tray at bottom to hold the item, once it's grated; hanging hole at top - very small grates would do cheese and also spices.
Marked - Patents Pending (on bottom) Size: 7-3/4 inches length, 1-1/4 inches width, 1-3/4 inches height, holds 3-1/2 oz. liquid. Condition: used, vintage, brown paint peeling from wood handle, one dent on rim. Comments: unusual piece - sits on four feet, is narrow with a spout on one end; wood handle on the other.
Old ice chipper with a hard wood handle and the metal is hatchet shaped on one side and square with 12 spikes on the other - Very heavy, nice quality, nice patina to the wooden handle. Probably dates to the early 1940's. Size: 10 inches is the handle length, metal end is solid, and heavy and measures 3-7/8 inches length. Condition: used, vintage, in nice condition!
Marked: Nutbrown - Pat. No. 490076 - Reg. No. 82616 - Made In England Size: 6-1/8 inches length, 1-inch width across blade Condition: used, vintage, some specks of paint loss to wood handle Comments: wood handle painted three colors with a hanging hole at the tip - patented as an improved butter curler by Thomas Manby Nutbrown - April 1, 1937 and patent was granted 1938.
Marked: Pat. D421698 - Pampered Chef - Stainless - Taiwan Size: 6-inches length Condition: used, per-owned lightly if ever used Comments: design patent dates this to filed 1998 and granted 2000 as Zester/Corer tool
A metal retractable clothes line reel. Just pull out and attach to a wall and crank it back in when not on use. 3 in. diameter plus the bracket to mount. In usable condition. I think from the 1930's-1940's. Enamel color is a pinkish beige.
A tin nutmeg grater - unsigned 5-3/8 inches length, 1-3/4 inches width,1 inch depth with a top lid that opens and closes, with a top hole for hanging. Condition: used, remains in nice useable condition.