A metal potato masher with a painted green wood handle. Needs a bit of steel wool to remove rust on the metal part. Good percentage of green paint on the handle. Will display well and be usable after it is cleaned up a bit more. Vintage would be about the '50's era. Sturdy construction.
Here is a vintage aluminum Christmas tree cookie cutter. In very good used condition. Measures 1/2 inch high and 4 inches tall. ADD $3.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. I offer a shipping discount on multiple purchases when they can be combined.
Santa With Toy Bag Aluminum Cookie Cutter - Vintage
This is a vintage aluminum santa cookie cutter with a toy bag on his back. He measures about 1/2 inch high and 4 inches tall. In good used condition. There are (2) available. Price is for (1) cutter. ADD $3.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. I offer a shipping discount on multiple purchases when they can be combined.
This is a club shaped aluminum cookie cutter that may have been part of a 4-piece set, consisting of a club, spade, diamond and heart. It is unmarked and measures 3 inches top to bottom (about 1/2 inch high). ADD $3.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. I offer a shipping discount on multiple purchases when they can be combined.
Vintage Foley rolling pasta cutter. (for raviolli, etc.). Has two handles and you roll it on your dough to form the pasta shapes. It is in good condition. Reads: Foley, Foley Mfg. MPLS. Minn., (note the old state abbreviation on it). A very unique and usable gadget for your kitchen collection!
This Foley Aluminum Reamer is marked: Foley on one side, and: Aluminum / Pat. 161609 / Mpls, Minn. on the underside of its handle. Measures 8 inches long, and 4 inches wide. I believe that patent number would date to 1927. Condition: used
Kitchen Collectibles - M. E. Heuck Co. - Cincinnati - Grater - 1938
Grater is marked: M.E. Heuck Co., Cin.O.45223 Pat. 2,106,796. I believe that patent number dates to February 1,1938. That patent was issued to Ralph P. DeVault of South Pasadena, California, however Zip code were used in the early 1960's so this is a newer piece. The company began in 1922 and is still in business, now in Mason, Ohio. The grater is in the shape of an arrowhead / measures 4-3/4 inches in length, and is 2 inches wide at the top blades. Cool kitchen gadget - nicely marked! Combo peeler, shredder, slicer, & grater.Condition: used, vintage
This cream whipper is hand operated. Marked Ekco Products, Cream Whippit. Measures 18.5 in. tall and is about 4 in. diameter. Blade on the side of bottom sweeps cream off the side of the container. Wood handle and knob. I think this whipper is from the '40's-'50's era. Very good, usable condition.
This useful, vintage eggbeater has a wood handle and turn knob. The red paint has worn but will still display well and it is in working order. Measures 12 in. long. Marked A&J, United States of America, Pat. Applied For.
Vintage 1940s/1950s Bakelite Handle Corkscrew Wood Or Bone Look
This is a bakelite handle corkscrew, definitely a vintage piece, likely made in the 1940's or 1950's. The handle was made to look in the fashion of carved or whittled wood or bone with the bakelite butterscotch or amber color showing at the two ends and the center molded and painted black. The handle is slightly angled (not level straight across) and cone-shaped or narrower at one end than the other, as a natural piece of wood or bone might be. The cork screw measures about 5 inches in length from the outside top of the handle to the bottom tip of the spiral at the base, with the handle measuring about 3 5/8 inches in length and about 7/8 inch in width at its widest point. There is no manufacturer marking. You can see the round head of the nail used to hold the handle onto the metal piece visible on one side. We've provided 5 images to try and show from all sides, with a close-up of the handle itself. Please note that the white hot spots are lighting reflection from the camera on the glossy surfaces. Very nice condition for a piece that was used as intended. There is much expected use wear to the handle and to the metal stem...this piece is not mint . The handle has no large chips, cracks, breaks, pieces missing, etc. But it does have much wear via many little scratches, rubbed marks/areas, scraped dot and line areas, tiny rim flakes on the handle ends, tiny white dots from scrapes, blackened areas on the ends, etc...a general used look as to be expected for a piece that has been worked with effort to open bottles. The metal portion also shows expected use wear including many tiny scratches, scraping, several tiny indented lines/spots, pitting/many pin & pit dots, black dots, etc. There is a touch of rust on the nail head holding the handle to the stem, and on the stem near the handle. Also the bottom tip of the screw portion, while still sharp and usuable, has a bit of the metal chipped off at the tip. None of this is bad and to us it all adds to the great antique used look of this old piece. A nifty addition to any cork screw collection or a collection of bakelite kitchen utensils or items. Please note that we have other corkscrews, Bakelite pieces and 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).
An antique wood and metal corkscrew (cork screw). Beautiful medium-colored wood handle (we don't know which wood it is), tube-shaped with rounded ends, wood grain visible throughout. Measures 4 1/4 inches in length from outside top edge of handle to bottom point of spiral, about 3 1/2 inches in width of handle and about 5/8 inch in depth of wood handle. The metal portion looks to be one piece of thick metal wire which has been twisted into shape. It loops over the handle and then twists under it, but isn't lock tight around the wood so you can move the wood around vertically slightly (up or down as if rolling) about a quarter turn (it's not a problem, handle isn't loose or going to come out, but we thought you should know it isn't solidified in one place). This corkscrew must have been used with some force because the bottom spiral portion has been visibly twisted to one side a bit...it no longer spirals straight down in a line. We've provided 5 images to show from all angles. Besides the bend discussed, the vintage corkscrew is in nice old used condition. The wood handle has a terrific, rich old look, with the graining hiding most look of wear. There is age/use darkening, scratches in the wood (most visible on the darkened ends), an indented tiny curved line in the center of one end, other surface indents on the ends (these don't look like chips, just perhaps some very small indents due to use), a few white dots, etc...but really nothing bad nor unexpected for an antique piece which was used. The metal portion has an old look with light rust/light orange rust spotting throughout a good portion, and the interior of the end spiral looks like it may have been chipped with use, although still very pointy and very usable. A nice find which would make a good addition to a collection of vintage corkscrews and other old wood and wood handled kitchen utensils or kitchen collectibles. Please note that we have other corkscrews and 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).
Cool spice grater, shaker and two vintage kitchen linen towels. The spice grater can be used for spices or pepper corns. Good condition, marked: Fraber in black, and on bottom: Made in Italy. You also get the two vintage kitchen linen towels with them! estcs3.07
Vintage kitchen collectible assortment and basket! Only the basket is not vintage. Green is the theme! The basket is hand painted, artist signed tin and wood basket: Lynn D. 95'. Very cute! Inside is a nice one piece vintage apron, (needs a few stitches near tieback). Next is a vintage rolling pin; next is a cool cast aluminum Made in Italy garlic press; next is an Androck pastry blender; next is crocheted potholder; and last is a nifty pasta slicer? All items are in vintage condition; some age/wear. If you like depression green, these are for you! variests
4 knives, 9 1/8 long, 4 forks, 7 3/4 long, 4 spoons, 6 1/2 long, all marked stainless USA. Bakelite in very good condition. On knives and spoons, the connectors between handles and blades have wear to plating, fork connectors have no plating. Handles have ridged Art Deco design. All in good slightly used condition.
Lot of 2 different brochures for soft serve ice cream machines, c.1970s. 1 is for Taylor Freezers, has some writing for prices inside, no other problems. The other one is for Coldelite, no condition problems. Unique addition to any ice cream collection! Shipping includes delivery confirmation, insurance is optional.
Antique potato ricer. Top reads: Cin'ty Galy Co. It is hard to make out, not sure on this spelling but it stands for the Cincinnatti Galvanizing Co. Unique antique! Bottom of handle reads: King, Seamless Cup-Press. Has iron handle; and is all one piece. Good antique condition. Great display item, and you can still use it too. brncs2/07
This vintage tea strainer has exceptionally fine steel mesh. It measures 10 inches long and is in excellent condition. Unmarked. ADD $4.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Teapot Shape Tea Bag Caddy Pansy England Bone China
This is a very pretty as well as useful teapot shaped bone china tea bag holder in the pattern Pansy. The little teapot shaped dish is .75 inch high by 4.5 inches long by 3.5 inches high and was made in 2003 by Allyn Nelson, now merged into Royal Patrician, England and is in excellent, mint unused condition. A cute way to keep drips off the table cloth while you park your tea bag!
This is a very pretty as well as useful teapot shaped bone china tea bag holder with a design of blue flowers on white. The little teapot shaped dish is .75 inch high by 4.5 inches long by 3.5 inches high and was made in 2003 by Allyn Nelson, now merged into Royal Patrician, England and is in excellent, mint unused condition. A cute way to keep drips off the table cloth while you park your tea bag!
Teapot Shape Tea Bag Caddy Pale Pink Roses England
This is a very pretty as well as useful teapot shaped bone china tea bag holder with a design of pale pink roses. The little teapot shaped dish is .75 inch high by 4.5 inches long by 3.5 inches high and was made in 2003 by Allyn Nelson, now merged into Royal Patrician, England and is in excellent, mint unused condition. A cute way to keep drips off the table cloth while you park your tea bag!
Teapot Shape Tea Bag Caddy Rose Tree Chintz England
his is a very pretty as well as useful teapot shaped bone china tea bag holder in the pattern Rose Tree Chintz. The little teapot shaped dish is .75 inch high by 4.5 inches long by 3.5 inches high and was made in 2003 by Allyn Nelson, now merged into Royal Patrician, England and is in excellent, mint unused condition. A cute way to keep drips off the table cloth while you park your tea bag!
This is a very pretty as well as useful teapot shaped bone china tea bag holder with a lovely floral design including rose, fuschia and daisy. The little teapot shaped dish is .75 inch high by 4.5 inches long by 3.5 inches high and was made in 2003 by Allyn Nelson, now merged into Royal Patrician, England and is in excellent, mint unused condition. A cute way to keep drips off the table cloth while you park your tea bag!
Patented antique iron grater slicer. Incised mark: Pat'd. Sep. 18, 1923; Pat'd Sep. 25, 1928, Other Patents Pending; and Fo..., can't make out the name. This looks like a commercial grater/slicer for cheese or potatoes, (french fries?). The bottom base is iron; the rest appears to be galvanized iron or steel. It is usuable; some slight corrosion presumably from use, but no rust on blades. This would make a great display item for a restaurant! brncs2.07
Large Vintage Bromwell's Kitchen Flour Sifter. Bromwell's Flour Sifer with Red Plastic Handle. Double Screen Super-Fine Flour Sifter. Front reads: Bromwell's Pat. Pending & Guaranteed. Large size with red plastic handle. Condition: Screens are great condition. The handle and wheel mechanisms operate fine except the spring to return the handle to the original position is missing. The lever needs to be pushed and pulled to operate. The outside has some minor dents and discolored from age which adds to it's character. Very cool for your red retro kitchen or add to your flour sifter collection. A spring could probably be fabricated to make it work again. I would be happy to combine shipping and handling on multiple items.
Wonderful china vegetable measuring cup and spoon set. Cup set includes artichoke 1 cup ~ green pepper 1/2 cup ~ radish 1/3 cup ~ scallion 1/4 cup, chili peppers each a different size measuring spoon. Very good. Has wooden hanger.
Antique child's and salesman's sample food choppers. First is a very cool, small Rollman Food Chopper, Rollman Mfg. Co., Mt. Joy, PA, USA, hardwood handle, good condition, fully functional. It is 6.75 tall, (child's or salesman's sample). Next is a tiny metal grinder, Made by Great ..., the bottom is part that screws it onto a table ledge is broken off and missing. This one is 3 inches tall. (it is doll/toy size grinder or a salesman's sample). These look great displayed on a child size hutch, see pic #8! (The Rollman grater is described in L. Franklin's book). daltauMC1.07
Huge Vintage Grey Glass Fruit Juicer Reamer. This juicer reamer is 9 inches from tip to tip and has a lovely grey color to the glass. It has some very shallow flakes off the pour spout otherwise it is in good condition
A vintage polished triple plated chrome flour sifter. It has 3 screens so one squeeze of the handle will sift the flour 3 times. Originally priced at $1.49 on the label. I don't think this one has ever been used so is in very good condition.
A metal matchbox holder for the wood matches. Stands 6 in. tall and is 3.5 in. wide and 3 in. deep. In good, displayable condition. The advertising reads Rendering Service, Long Prairie, Sauk Center, Osakis, and Alexandria Minnesota and 3 digit phone numbers.It has a minor amount of rust.
This mallet shape meat tenderizer has 6 blades and an aluminum handle. No makers mark. Measures 9 in. long and the head is 3 in.x 2.75 in. diameter. Useful and fun to use to decorate your vintage kitchen.
An aluminum 3 pc. juicer marked The Gem Squeezer Pat. Pending, Made by Quam-Nichols Co. Chicago. It has a black wood handle on the crank. Appears to be in good working condition but needs a bit more cleaning on the inside of the reamer part. Displays well. An unusual juicer, reamer to add to your collection.
You get two green handled squeegees made by Arrow Products. Red rubber blades in nice condition. One blade measures 9 3/4 inches long and the other has a 12 inch long blade. They are functional or use as a decoration.
Vintage Edlund Junior Can opener # 5. Made by the Edlund Co. Burlington, VT. Patented April 21, May 12th & 25th and June 18th 1929. Other patents pending. Made in the USA. Measures about 6 3/8 inches long. Nice green painted handles with very tiny spects of paint loss.
This covered coffee container with spoon was made by Sheffield, England. The container with rolled foot is marked England on the bottom while the spoon is marked: Regs GB 399224 or 899224 / Silverplated / Sheffield England. Hand hammered and pierced decoration above and below the pierced letters spelling coffee and blue plastic liner with spoon attached to holder is in very good + condition without dings or dents. An addition to any vintage Kitchen Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions contact me and thank you for looking.
This aluminum and wire egg/mushroom slicer has no makers mark. In good + condition this little kitchen gadget has years of use still left in it and it measures 1 inch high, 3 1/4 inches wide and 4 inches deep. An addition to any Vintage Aluminum or Kitchen Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
This vintage hand held egg beater is marked: A & J / Made in USA / Pat. Oct.9,1923. Made of all metal which looks like stainless steel but is unmarked. In very good condition, it does have rusting from years of use and needs a good cleaning, which I have shown in my pictures, but it still works beautifully and it measures 9 3/4 inches long and 3 inches wide. An addition to any Vintage Kitchen Utensil Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
This wonderful kitchen glass hand chopper was made by the Hazel Atlas Glass Company in the 1950s and is marked: the large H with the inside A and the #5393. The Hazel-Atlas Glass Company was a large producer of machine-molded glass containers headquartered in Wheeling, West Virginia. It was founded in 1902 in Washington, Pennsylvania as the merger of four companies: Hazel Glass and Metals Company, Atlas Glass Company, Wheeling Metal Plant and Republic Glass Company. By the 1930s, Hazel-Atlas had fifteen plants and was the largest glass manufacturer in the world. It continued to make containers and tableware until the 1950s. In 1956, Hazel-Atlas, at that time the third largest producer of glass containers in the U.S., was acquired by the Continental Can Company. This glass jar has a spring loaded handle with a pink wooden finial top, a wood chop block on the bottom and the blades are marked: stainless steel. The side of the jar has your food measurements that range from 2 ounces to 16 ounces and can hold up to 1 1/2 cups. In very good condition, without chips, cracks or fleabites, the chrome needs to be cleaned which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 12 3/4 inches tall and 3 1/4 inches wide. An addition to any Vintage Kitchen Gadget or Hazel Atlas Appliance Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
This vintage kitchen knife and scissor sharpener has no makers mark. With a sharpening stone, marked carborundum, on one end and the handle made of wood that was hand painted red. In very good condition the red paint is quite worn on the handle, which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 7 1/4 inches long. An addition to any Vintage Kitchen Gadget Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
This vintage kitchen knife and scissor sharpener has no makers mark. With a sharpening stone, carborundum, on one end and the handle made of wood that was hand painted yellow. In very good condition it measures 7 1/4 inches long. An addition to any Vintage Kitchen Gadget Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Jar opener is metal with green paint and a black rubber gripper on the inside. The black rubber is serated for a better grip. The jar opener is functional but the rubber is somewhat hard but still flexible. Probably more of a decoration for your country kitchen or utensil collection. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
This is an unusual knife used for paring fruits and potatoes etc. Vintage should be about the early '50's. In good usable condition. Measures 6.5 in. long and is 2 in. diameter. The blade is sharp so would be usable.
Cool vintage juicers and apple corer. The metal juicer is marked Italy, good condition. The other metal item looks like an apple corer, but not sure. It is a solid metal gadget. Last is a vintage juice extractor which reads: Nuway Juice Extractor, Chicago, Pat. Pending. It is 3.25 high and has an orange rubber ring on it. I believe the metal is cast aluminum. variestx3
Robinson Ransbottom crock with nine kitchen collectibles. 10 items in all. First is the super cute Robinson Ransbottom 1 QT. painted crock. Next is a checked apron; next is an A next is a chopper; next is a masher; next is a ladle; a potato peeler; a large and small strainer; and last is a scoop. All feature the color red; all the gadgets are showing wear, especially on handles. The crock and apron are in good condition. variestx10
This gadget is used to cut the high fluffy cake without smashing it in the process. It tears the slice rather than cuts it. 10 3/8 x 3 3/4 . Art Deco diamond design ridged chocolate, yellow and green Bakelite handle.
1930s Patent Document for an ice cream scoop we've all seen at antique shows (Hamilton Beach for one.)...great for a country kitchen to go with your actual scoop. For Scovill Manufacturing in Waterbury, CT by Mr. Donahue. Your piece will include the actual patent number and date. -- Some timeline history from the net at thelampworks . com: Scovills incorporated in 1850, becoming The Scovill Manufacturing Company. The company enjoyed properity and tremendous growth through the years. In 1850, their assets were listed at $200,000; in 1868, $350,000; by 1900, $1,600,000 and in 1918, $5,000,000, with reserves of $26,000,000!! In 1850 they employed 190 people; by 1890, 1,200 and in 1925 had 7,500 people on their payroll - a rather significant operation. After 1866, The Scovill Company furnished the United States Mint with the blanks for a number of U.S. coins in various metals - copper, nickel and bronze. Scovill furnished the full set of 23,757 medals for the Columbia Exposition in 1893. In 1903, the Scovill Company purchased and absorbed the manufacturing capacity of the Matthews and Willard Manufacturing Company of Waterbury. Mathews and Willard were originally formed in 1848 to manufacture saddlery, harness and carriage trimmings. They are also known for some lamps and parts. In 1923, Scovill purchased the American Pin Company and the Oakville Company, both from Waterbury and the Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Company of Racine, Wisconsin. In 1925, they purchased Morency-Van Buren Mfg. Co. of Sturgis, Michigan and in 1926, the Gilchrist Company of Newark, New Jersey. -- This wonderful reproduction of the original patent graphic is crisply printed on luxurious Ivory Parchment Paper. It includes a white acid-free matte and is ready for insertion into a standard 8 x 10 frame for hanging. Graphic area shown is 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 . Also, included are the remaining pages of the Patent Document printed on 20# white bond paper to complete the Patent information for the collector. Image included here is low-quality for quick loading on the net with SAMPLE written across, which will not be on your print. Makes a terrific gift for the collector or an addition to your collection! All Patent Information has been reproduced from the USPTO documents. Keywords: patents patent print prints shop dealer antiques antique memorabilia collectible collectibles collectable collectables vintage buy shopping merchandise kitchen gadgets rustic 1930s 30s thirties icecream scoops dippers dipper
This is a teapot shaped bone china tea bag holder or teabag caddy. The little teapot shaped dish is .75 inch high by 4.5 inches long by 3.25 inches wide with a pattern of multi colored pansies or violas. The teabag holder was made in 2006 by Royal Patrician, England, is no longer available and is in excellent, mint unused condition. A cute way to keep drips off the table cloth while you park your tea bag!
Frigidaire - General Motors - Ice Scraper- Handy Frost Remover
A vintage ice scraper/ frost remover from Frididaire, which was a division of General Motors, in Dayton Ohio, (just south of here) for many years. This division made appliances, and this was an ice scrapper for a refrigerator before the self-frosting appliances. Later on G.M. became mostly known as an automobile manufacturer. 9 inches length, 3 inches width, has the F in a crown, plus G.M. in blue and Frididaire all written on this scraper. Condition: used, has use scratches.
Our extra large, vibrantly colored, Mammy Heart spoon rest will add a whimsical splash of color to your stove or counter top. Mammy is dressed in a bright red dress and is holding a metallic finished, pewter spoon. The colors on this Mammy are permanent and will never fade, peel or flake. She is completely washable. This spoon rest measures 8.5 by 5.5 .
Our extra large, vibrantly colored, Mammy napkin holder will add a whimsical splash of color to your table or counter top. Mammy is dressed in a navy blue dress with a bright red and white polka-dot headwrap. The colors on this Mammy are permanent and will never fade, peel or flake. She is completely washable. This napkin holder measures 6.25 tall by 7 wide.
This is a great antique hand soldered tin biscuit or cookie cutter. It is 2-1/2 inches high and 3 inches wide. In excellent condition and useable. A wonderful addition for a collection. ADD $5.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Two primitive cabbage cutters. The small one might be for cucumbers. One is an antique Tucker it has no makers marks; has an eyehole for hanging, and is 13 long x 3.25 wide. Nifty items to use or just display in your primitive or country kitchen! (There is a pic in a country magazine showing a slaw cutter set on a wall as a shelf! Very cool new use for an old item!).
Here is an oldie for your collection. It is a handmade tin canning funnel with a soldered handle and a hand crimped and rolled top rim. Measures 2 inches high and 4-3/8 inches wide. It is in very nice condition. ADD $4.50 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Cool vintage kitchen collectibles. First is the hand painted wood tray, (it can fold flat too); reads: 'Fresh Veggies'. Inside are 10 collectible kitchen items! First is a neat old Mirro Alum. 1 cup Gravy Shaker; next is a 1 cup alum. measuring cup; next is a covered alum. Wear-Ever sugar shaker; next is a heavy duty bisquit cutter, (identical to a Kwik-Kut but unnmarked); next is a cool funnel with a removeable sifter on it; next is a patented DeVault arrowhead grater, c:1935-1940; next is a neat nutmeg grater; next is a tea strainer spoon; next is a very cute vintage apron with teapots, trivets, cookie jars, irons, etc. on it; and last is a 1956 Cutco Cookbook. Enough to start or supplement your collection! variestcsx11
Awesome kitchen gadgets. 8 items. First is a vintage TIN funnel cake pan, 8.75 wide x 3.25 tall. Next is a vintage bisquit cutter; it looks like a Kwik-cut; next is a cool patented A it looks just like an ACME safety grater except it is shorter; next is a really cool fish scaler marked: Stainless Ware Co., Walled Lake Michigan, 1927, Solid Stainless Steel, Made in USA, 7 long and good condition; 1940-50's measuring spoon set; a Mrs. Damar's garlic press, Made in Italy, Brevetto, No. 397115, 5.75 long; a 1950's Foley reamer; and a 8.25 inch metal meat tenderizer, (looks like zinc). Great old items to use or just display! variestx8
Antique stoneware covered casserole or Dutch Oven. Very old stoneware bowl with lid, (hard to find these old ones with the lid!). It is quite detailed, featuring leaves and cherries. It displays quite well, but the lid is not in good condition. The bowl is in good overall 'vintage' condition; it has a lot of crazing, 2 glaze pops, one tiny dark fleabite, and one raised line in the clay on exterior rim. You could just display the bowl with other vintage bowls. The lid has some flaws: glaze pops, one surface flake off top finial, and one long hairline that goes all the way through. Bowl is 9.25 wide x 3.5 tall. I think I would just display the bowl and put the lid away! 1/06brncs
Cool metal wallhanging featuring a cow and branch. Backside has incised mark: Sexton USA. Good condition and is 5.75 wide and has a metal wall hanger attached on backside. This plaque imitates the old wooden butter molds that are shown in L. Franklin's book on kitchen collectibles. Age est: 1930's-60's. This item can go in a retro or contempory style kitchen. (you might even be able to use this as a chocolate or butter mold/stamp!)