This old metal egg beater kitchen utensil incised on the rotary wheel: Aluminum Beauty by Ullman Aluminum Division Inc. of Long Island City New York with a patent date of April 20, 1920. It's quite clean for its age and the beaters spin wonderfully with no catching or stiffness. About 10-1/2 inches high.
This vintage metal spoon, has written on the handle: Short'ning And Ice Cream Spoon, and end of the handle has a hole to hang/ display. Measures just over 8 inches length and is 2-1/2 inches across the spoon. Condition: used, with average use marks and dents.
Vintage Foley food chopper, French fry cutter, and linen towel. The chopper is showing some age/wear, but the bottom blades are fine, no rust. An elderly man told me these are for cutting cabbage. The French Fry cutter is in usable vintage condition but has no maker's mark on it. The linen towel is still crispy and unused. It reads: Shore Dinner, and features a large lobster and vegetables. 3/14vs
This is a nice collection of 1960's kitchen utensils and more. There is a egg slicer, metal. There is a small grater, there are a set of measuring spoons metal they show a little wear. Two cookie tree cutters, There is a small handle bail for a jar and a wooden bail for a jar that reads The davis store and some more writing as well. There are two peelers, and a biscuit cutter with a wooden handle. These are ready for using in your home.
Four different everyday metal tea infuser balls, found in a utensil drawer of a Jackson Wyoming estate. Two are aluminum, one large, one small. One is a locking stainless steel mesh infuser. The smallest is marked Germany, it's probably stainless steel as well. Sizes range from about 1-1/2 to 2-1/4 inches long. The small aluminum ball has a few minor dings, otherwise all are in excellent vintage condition complete with chains and hooks. The German tea ball at the far right in the photo doesn't have any dings, those are just reflections.
These 31 vintage kitchen utensil and gadget items came from a single utensil drawer of a Wyoming estate. Described in order starting with the second photo: Yellow handled ice cream scoop, metal measuring spoon with bottle opener handle, 2 blue hard plastic ladles, large cast aluminum spoon 4 by 3-1/4 bowl, green enamelware spoon 11-1/4 long. Stainless steel egg slicer, stainless lemon press, Ekco Flavorit Garlic - Onion Juicer (garlic press). Large and small aluminum canister scoops, half-cup and third-cup aluminum handled measuring cups, set of 4 aluminum measuring spoons (one handle bent). Stainless salad tongs, Ekco double melon baller, oak wooden mallet, wood handled wide-tine meat fork, Tupperware melon/butter baller, vegetable peeler. Pressure cooker petcock, glass drawer handle. Becker's Beer bottle opener, Cody Wyo BPOE Lodge can/bottle opener, magnetic back Fairgrove can bottle opener, Punch N Cover stainless steel can cover, aluminum Sego milk can opener cover, can/bottle opener with flip-out corkscrew. All items are functional and useable. Most have signs of use and wear as shown but nothing is broken or damaged. If medium box Priority flat rate is cheaper to your zip code, I'll ship that method and refund any shipping overpayment.
Two Matching Maid Of Honor Utensils - Ladle & Large Slotted Spoon
Marked: Maid Of Honor - Reg. U.S.A. Pat.- Stainless Size: 12-3/8 inches length; 3-inches across bowl of ladle, 2-3/8 inches across bowl of serving spoon Condition: used, vintage, very good Comments: matching unique handle style, with 3 brass rivets and brass lined hanging holes.
This Tidy Rest stove or counter top kitchen spoon rest was made by Mirro Aluminum in the 1960s. It's anodized pink aluminum, measuring 5-1/4 inches long by 2-3/4 wide. Lightweight, unbreakable, burn-proof, and very easy to clean, it also looks good in a vintage pink or copper themed kitchen. Very good condition with only slight use or storage marks.
1960s Red Plastic Handled Stainless Pot Drainer Utensil
This 1960s crescent shape pot strainer or draining utensil has a lip on the outer edge that fits onto the edge of a pot, pan, or skillet. The red plastic handle lines up with the handle of your pan, allowing you to drain water or grease easily from your cooked food. I use mine all the time for draining grease from hamburger. The drainer is 13-1/2 inches long and is in excellent condition.
Marked: Stainless Steel Throughout (on shaft) Size: 11-1/2-inches length, 3-3/4-inches across bowl Condition: used, vintage, most black paint missing from handle, easy to remove the rest and re-paint Comments: has a hanging hook on end, three decorative lines near the ferrule, nice older handle shape.
Ekco Eterna, Large Slotted Spoon - Bare Wood Handle
Marked: Stainless Steel - Ekco Eterna (on bowl of spoon) Stainless Steel Throughout (on shaft) Size: 12-inches length, 2-3/8 inches across bowl of spoon Condition: used, vintage, varnish worn off wood handle. Comments: great patina on bare wood handle
Marked: Robinson - Stainless - U.S.A. Size: 12-inches length; blade 4-1/2 inches by 3-1/4 inches Condition: used, normal use wear and scratches Comments: has a wooden handle, two brass rivets with a hanging hole on end.
Marked: Chromium Plated - Ekco - U.S.A. Size: 12-1/2 inches length; blade is 6-1/4 inches length by 2-1/2 inches width Condition: used, vintage, very good, some use scratches/ scuffs/ wear to handle/ minor heat spots on back side of handle. Handle made of a hard molded plastic material, easy to melt around cooking heat. Comments: Most likely dates to the 1960's when avocado kitchens were in fashion; has a square hanging hole on end.
Marked: (Arrowhead trademark) Flint Stainless Vanadium U.S.A. Size: 9-1/8 inches length, 3-1/8 inches across blade. Condition: used, minor use scratches & normal wear Comments: Wood handle with two rivets and a hanging hole at end to store or display.
Flint - Stainless - Vanadium U.s.a. - Large Slanted Ladle
Large slanted ladle - marked on handle: (Arrowhead trademark) Flint Stainless Vanadium U.S.A. Size: 11-1/2 inches length, bowl is 3-inches across. Condition: used, very good, minor use scratches Comments: Wood handle with two rivets and a hanging hole at end to store or display, nice curve to handle, and has a small spout on one side.
Flint - Stainless - Vanadium U.s.a. - Large Slotted Spoon
Large slotted spoon- marked on handle: (Arrowhead trademark) Flint Stainless Vanadium U.S.A. Size: 11-1/2 inches length, bowl of spoon is 2-1/2 by 4- inches. Condition: good/ used, minor use scratches Comments: Wood handle with two rivets and a hanging hole at end to store or display.
Cutco - Mix-stir - Egg Beater, Whip/ Whisk, Hand Mixer
An egg- beater, whisk, or whip utensil; with an unusual shaped and patented handle; NOT MARKED Its unique handle was patented Aug. 8, 1961 / granted March 3, 1964 by Thomas Lamb New Canaan, Conn. and was called: a hand mixer for food. Size: 12-1/2 inches length, 2-7/8-inches width Condition: used, some light use scratches to handle Comments: ergonomic design handle / I've sold these before so I know its Cutco, however I cannot find the mark on this one.
Pyramid - Mid-century Salad Serving Set / Danish- Modern
Marked: Pyramid - Stainless - Japan Size: 10-1/4 inches length, 2-1/2 inches width across bowls Condition: used, vintage, no damage to note Comments: Stainless Steel salad fork and spoon in a Mid- Century /Danish Modern Style with Rosewood handles.
Vintage Androck bakelite utensils and syrup pitcher. 5 items, one price! The syrup pitcher is marked: Federal Tool Corp. on underside of lid, but the bakelite handle looks like an Androck product. This pitcher doesn't appear to have been used. The rest are all marked: Androck, Made in USA. All have the ribbed bullet style handles. There is an eggbeater; blades rotate freely, minimal wear on handle. Next is a meat fork; next is a soup ladle; and last is a large soup spoon. A small area on the backside of soup spoon handle looks like it got burnt on a stovetop. 10/13vs
Vintage red bakelite kitchen utensils. First is the cool Ekco Products hi-speed beater with red bakelite handle. Minimal wear and blades rotate freely. Much easier to use than lugging out the Cuisinart! Next is a large Ekco Eterna ladle with red bakelite handle. Nice vintage condition. Next is a cool A&J serrated spatula. Next is a patented Schneider cheese cutter. Last is a vintage cotton kitchen towel. The bakelite is all the same color with similar but not identical style handles. The backside of spatula handle has some little dark spots that look like someone set it on a hot stovetop and it burned, but it is not bad and it is on the back. Nice items to use or just display! 10/13
This chrome and green Bakelite cake breaker was made in the 1930s by the C.J. Schneider Mfg. Company. It's 11 inches long with sharp 3-1/2 inch tines. The handle is bright green with mottled swirls of yellow. Excellent condition with no chips, damage, or pitting. Marked Schneider Toledo with a patent number that dates to 1932.
Vintage bakelite ladle. Marked: Androck Stainless Made in USA. You need a good magnifier to see the mark. It is 10 inches long; very minor age/wear. Handle is a blended caramel tan color. A nice addition to your kitchen bakelite collection! 9/13scsr
English Sheffield Bakelite Faux Antler Meat Carving Set Mint In Box
This Mid Century Regent English Sheffield Warwick cutlery set was a purchasing premium from the Kirby Vacuum Company. It's still mint in the original box, never used, complete with a color brochure which includes illustrated carving instructions for various meats. The carving knife is 12-3/4 inches long, the meat fork is 10-1/4 . The handles are faux antler or staghorn in textured Bakelite (called Nu-Stag by the company according to the brochure). The blades are stainless - shiny and perfect. The box is intact with no tears though there's some storage wear and discoloration to the lid.
Vintage bakelite syrup pitcher. Marked: Dripcut on metal and bottom of glass. The ribbed bakelite handle was likely made by Androck. Glass is nice, no chips or cracks. Bakelite is good. Just the metal surface is showing some age/wear on it. This item is 5.5 tall and very usable. 9/13jestcs
A 2 pc. set of a chefs and carving knife. In original box. Stainless steel, hollow ground blades. Blades extend through the wood handles for added durability. Measure 13 in. and 13.5 in. long. Ready to use.
Vintage Androck red bakelite kitchen grouping. All have the ribbed design. First is the eggbeater; blades rotate freely. Barely any wear on it. Next is the patented pastry blender, also in good vintage condition. Last is the soup ladle with minimal wear. All are in what I call 'good vintage usable' condition. You also get the cute apron for free! 8/13vs
Marked: Marked: Bi-Cor Stainless U.S.A. Size Fork: 11-3/4 inches length Size Masher: 10-1/4 inches length, 3-1/4 inches width Condition: used, masher is good, fork has damage to tip of handle, perhaps a heat burn, also tips of prongs not very sharp . Comments: handles have ergonomic design grips on one side with hanging holes at the end, two rivets, handle is a hard plastic composite material.
Really nice 3-piece silverware set consisting of a knife, fork and spoon with butterscotch bakelite handles. Made by N. S. Company and marked on the fork and spoon. Very good condition with only light wear. 1920-30s.
Marked: Stan Home Stainless N Size: 11-1/4 inches length, 3- inches across bowl of ladle Condition: used, handle has much heat damage, check photo's carefully Comments: With a plastic type handle with hanging hold at tip, tiny spouts on each side.
Marked: Stan Home Stainless Size: 11-1/4 inches length, 3- inches across bowl of ladle Condition: used, average use wear and scratches Comments: With a plastic type handle with hanging hold at tip, tiny spouts on each side.
Marked: Stan Home Stainless R Size: 14 inches length, 3-1/8 inches across bowl of slotted spoon Condition: used, very good Comments: Unusual shape to spoon, has a plastic type handle with hanging hold at tip.
Marked: Marcrest - Warranted Quality - Stainless Steel - U.S.A. Size: 12- inches length, 3-inches across bowl of ladle Condition: used - dark paint on handle shows age wear Comments: wood handle, two brass rivets, hanging hole at end, tiny spout on one side
Here's a nice carving fork with a marbleized Bakelite handle in browns/ butterscotch. Item measures 9- inches length and 2- ¾ inches width, and the Bakelite handle is 4- inches length. Condition: used, vintage Comments: hanging hole at end
Marked: Flint (Arrowhead Trademark)- Stainless - Vanadium - U.S.A. Size: 11-1/4 inches, 3-inches across bowl; tiny spout on one side Condition: used, average use wear Comments: hanging hole at end of handle
Marked: Betsy Ross (in a circle of stars) - Solid Stainless - U.S.A. Size: 11-3/4 inches length, 2-3/8 inches across bowl of spoon Condition: used, vintage, nice patina on wood Comments: the three center slots resemble crosses, a nice design detail; wood has a hanging hole at end.
Marked: Royal Brand - Sharp Cutter - Stainless Steel - U.S.A. Size: 9-1/2 inches height, 3-1/8 inches width across round blade Condition: used, vintage, metal needs polishing if desired Comments: Dark hard molded plastic handle, two brass rivets, hanging home on end.
Marked: A & J - Made In United States Of America Size: 8-3/4 inches height, 3-7/8 inches length across blade, 2-3/4 inches width across oval blade. Condition: used, vintage, metal needs polishing if desired, bare wood handle Comments: Circa 1930's I'd guess
Marked: Stainless Steel Throughout (on handle) Ekco Eterna - Stainless Steel - Made In U.S.A. Size: 9-1/2 inch handle, 3-3/4 inches across bowl of skimmer Condition: used, vintage, red paint has mostly peeled leaving bare wood handle Comments: nice quality!
Vintage dinner or table knife with bright red Bakelite handle, stainless steel blade. Handle has ridges down each side, scalloped edge ending with a rounded point at the bottom. Measures 9 3/8 inches long. Some wear to the blade but in excellent condition. Blade is marked Stainless Steel.
Vintage dinner or table knife with bright red Bakelite handle, stainless steel blade. Handle has ridges down each side, scalloped edge ending with a rounded point at the bottom. Measures 8 1/4 inches long. Some wear to the blade but still in excellent condition. Some light scratching to the Bakelite. Blade is marked Stainless Steel.
Marked: Cutco, Olean, N.Y. U.S.A. - 1754 JC Size: 11-1/2 inches length, 2-1/4 inches width across blade Condition: used, normal use wear and scratches, handle is a dark marbleized molded plastic Comments: cutting edge blade, an unusual shaped and patented handle; the handle is marked: Pat. No. 3122774. That patent number dates to: filed August 8, 1961 and granted March 3, 1964 to Thomas Lamb of New Canaan, Conn.
Set - Four Flint Utensils - Spatula, Ladle, Large Spoon & Fork
Marked: (arrowhead) Flint - stainless - U.S.A. Size Spatula: 13-1/2 inches length, 3-1/8 inches width / Condition: used, vintage, normal use wear Size Ladle: 11-1/2 inches length, 3-inches across bowl / Condition: used, vintage, normal use wear Size Spoon: 11-1/2 inches length, 2-3/8-inches across bowl/ Condition: used, vintage, back of handle has a ½ inch chunk out; still displays well in front Size Fork: 11-3/4 inches length, 1-inch width / Condition: used, vintage, very good Comments: Each handle has two rivets; and metal goes entire length under handle with a hanging hole on tip
A five piece Cutco utensil set with a wall rack for hanging. All are marked and numbered; rack is marked: CUTCO No. 1717 Made In U.S.A. Stainless, size is 15-inches length by 1-3/8 inches width, and is a curved style - the solid spoon is marked: Cutco No. 12 Made In U.S.A. Stainless, size is 12-inches length, 2-2/8 inches across the bowl / the slotted spoon is marked: Cutco No. 13 Made In U.S.A. Stainless, size is 12 inches length, 2-3/8 inches across the bowl / potato masher is marked: Cutco No. 14 Made In U.S.A. Stainless, size is 10-1/4 inches length, 3-1/8 inches across the blade / the ladle is marked: Cutco No. 15 Made In U.S.A. Stainless, size is 12-1/2 inches length and is 3-inches across the double spouted bowl / and the slotted turner/spatula is marked: Cutco No. 16 Made In U.S.A. Stainless, size is 12-1/2 inches length and 3-1/4 inches across the blade. All utensil pieces are also marked in the handles with the patent number. The handles are a hard molded plastic material made to look like brown wood. Condition: used / lightly, no damage.
Six piece set of stainless steel steak knives in original box. Elegant sleek modern design with solid handles. Although the box has considerable wear, the knives are very sharp and appear to be unused.
This vintage metal spoon, has written on the handle: Short'ning And Ice Cream Spoon, and end of the handle has a hole to hang/ display. Measures just over 8 inches length and is 2-1/2 inches across the spoon. Condition: used, has average use marks.
Marked: Top Drawer - U.S.A. Size: 13-1/4 inches length, 4-inches width across blade Condition: used, vintage, normal use scratches Comments: plastic handle is blank with orange at the tip, and a line of silver between them. It has a hanging hole at tip and also a skillet rest hook in the center / cool blade shape.
Marked: Robinson - Stainless Size: 10-inches length, 2-1/4 inches width, 4-1/2 inch wood handle Condition: used, one bad speck in finish (shown in photo) Comments: wood handle, two brass rivets, hanging hole at end.
Serverette - Serving Fork - Spring Handle - Original Box
Size: 9-inches length, 3-1/4 inches width, 1-3/8 inches depth Condition: vintage, looks unused in original packaging. Packaging shows shelf wear, and original Rikes pricetag. Made of triple Chrome Plate Steel (taken off package) Comments: handles look Bakelite; for serving meats, baked potatoes, use for barbecue - squeeze and the item is easily pushed off the fork and served.
Marked: No Size:18-inches length; zigzag blade area is 5-inches by 4-inches Condition: used, scratches to varnish finish on handle, blades are nice and clean Comments: largest I've seen, most likely for commercial use or for large gatherings.
Vintage peeler/ slicer marked under the handle: Made In U.S.A. - Ekco - Nee Action - Pat No. 2232940. That patent number dates to: Feb. 23, 1940 when it was filed as a potato peeler and the patent was issued February 25, 1941 to Ferdinand E. Fender of Evanston, Ill / agent for the Vaughn Novelty Mfg. Co. of Chicago Ill. Size: 6-1/4 inches length, / Condition: used, vintage / Comments: all metal
Vintage Ekco tomato, banana or egg slicer, with 10 rows of saw sharp blades. Has a tan/ beige plastic handle with a pattern on one side and an end hole for hanging. Signed: Ekco - Size: 11-inches length, 3-3/8 inches width. Condition: used. Note: You may also like TE6881
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: Chromium Plated - Ekco - U.S.A. Size: 12-3/8 inches length - two prongs; 3/4 inches width Condition: used, average use wear and scratches Comments: lovely turquoise handle color(plastic) with a basket weave pattern around the hanging hole. Note: you may also like TE5143
Signed: Stainless U.S.A. Size: total length is 9-1/4 inches, white plastic handle 5- inches length with an end hole for hanging, metal area size is 3-1/4 across. Condition: used, good, shows normal wear Comments: You may also like TE2802 & TE7059.
Vintage red kitchen collectibles assortment. First is the wood basket with apple design, (not vintage. All the rest of the items are vintage including the Hazel Atlas onion chopper and a nut chopper. Next are 2 crocheted potholders. Next is a pretty one piece, over the head crinoline apron. Next is a rolling pin with turned wood handle. Next is a strainer with turned wood handle. Next is a lovely linen towel in like new condition. Last is the cool Made in Germany grater, (very similar to a Mouli grater). All 10 items for one great price! Great to display or you can use all but the strainer which is showing age/wear! HA went out of biz in 1964; all the items date from the 1920's to early 60's except the basket. Price is firm now. 3/13vs
Apple motif basket filled with 8 vintage red kitchen gadgets. First is the really nice condition Lorraine almond grater, (or you can use other nuts), hooks onto the edge of a cupboard; next is a nice usable vintage nut chopper; next is a very old Androck egg beater; next is a double rocker chopper; next is a mouli grater; next is a scoop, (handle was painted by someone); next is a lovely vintage Irish linen kitchen towel in like new condition; and last is a one piece apron. Cool items you can use, display or wrap in cellophane and give as a unique housewarming gift! Price is firm now. 3/13/10vs
Vintage red themed kitchenware. 9 items, one great price! First is the cute basket with apple motif, (not vintage). Next is a vintage rolling pin that is 16.25 long. Next is a Hazel Atlas bulb style nut chopper, c:1930's. It is usable but needs to be degreased due to nut residue; most of it is out, but could use more soaking. Next is a cool Mouli parsmint grater, nice usable condition. Next is a vintage but like-new linen kitchen towel. Next is a double rocker chopper. Next is a vintage USA scoop. Next is a EKCO USA dough blender, (hard sturdy blades; handle is missing a lot of original cold paint, you can touch it up. Next is a vintage Skyline England tomato slicer. Last is a cute checked apron. Makes a great kitchen display, or you can still use all of these items! Price is firm now. 3/13vs
Vintage red kitchen gadgets. 7 items in all for one great price! First is the neat Pamco onion chopper; good vintage condition. Next is a patented Foley food chopper, (works fine, rust tinge on metal body but not on the bottom blades), c: 1935-40. Next is a cool patented Bonny Top-Off jar opener, c: 1935-40; some age/wear on the metal and handle paint, but it works fine. Next is a neat Nevco Japan steel and bakelite corer? Next is a polka dot apron. Next is the cute apple motif basket, (not vintage). And last is the Hazel Atlas bulb style nut chopper that works but needs to be degreased on interior because it has some leftover old nut residue. Cool vintage kitchen items to use or just display! Price is firm now. 3/13vs
Marked: Chromium Plated - Ekco - U.S.A. Size: 11-1/4-inches length Condition: used, black plastic handle has average use scuffs Comments: a hint of decoration around the hanging hole of a basket weave pattern on front - You may also like: TE6883, TE6882, TE3331, TE6770, TE7139,TE7140
Marked: no Size: 11-inches length, 3-inches across bowl, Bakelite handle 3-1/2 inches length Condition: used, metal is light weight, needs polishing in a few spots Comments: unusual with an attached slotted strainer on one side, Bakelite handle has a hole in center for hanging, I'm guessing for use with a punch bowl? Not really sure.