Vintage red kitchen gadget collectibles. First is the very cute Hazel Atlas nut chopper in good working condition. Next is a #20 ice cream scoop. Next is an Ohio Art recipe box. Next is Mouli grater. Next is a usable Androck flour sifter. Next is a cookie cutter; Next is a vintage kitchen towel. Next is a nice old rolling pin, and last is the wood basket which is not vintage. 9 items for one price. 2/13vs
Signed: Stainless U.S.A. Size: total length is11-1/4 inches, white plastic handle 5- inches length with an end hole for hanging, metal area size is 5-1/2 inches width, by 4-1/4 inches. Condition: used, good Comments: Nice large size for flipping pancakes and omelets - You may also like TE2802.
Marked: Koco - Japan (on each side) Size: 9-1/2 inches length, 3-inches across round blade Condition: used, shows average wear Comments: handle is tan molded plastic with a wood tone strip in front and a hanging hole at end.
Vintage assortment of red kitchen collectibles. First is the cute wood basket with pear design on sides, (not vintage). Next is a vintage double rocker chopper; a Mouli grater; a melon baller; a small rolling pin; a graniteware butter melt; a patented 1925 A a large serated spoon; a potato masher; an A&J Kitchamajig serated spatula and a cool heavy duty cotton, (barkcloth?), kitchen towel. The Kitchamajig, masher and large spoon have refurbished handles. The Kitchamajic, serated spoon, rolling pin, masher, chopper, towel, mouli grater, basket and butter melt are all usable. The eggbeater has age/wear, just for display now. 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 red kitchen assortment. First is the cute red metal basket, (not old, but not brand new). Next are 2 lovely crocheted pot holders. Next is a vintage Hazel Atlas nut chopper and onion chopper in usable condition. Next is an Androck pastry blender. And, last is the cute apron. All items for one price! Wrap it up in cellophane and give as a unique housewarming gift for the person who loves vintage! Price is firm now. 2/13vs
Cool collection of vintage red ribbed bakelite. First is the awesome and rarely seen Androck double rocker chopper. Next is an Androck egg beater; works good. Next is an Androck soup ladle. Next is an Androck pastry blender. Next is a long teaspoon, that is likely an Androck. And, last are the 2 cute crocheted potholders. All the items are in good vintage usable condition with minimal wear. 2/13vs
Seven antique tinware kitchen items. First is the Farm Crest Pie 9 inch pie tin. Next is a tin funnel cake pan that is 8 wide x 3 tall. Next is a smaller funnel cake pan that is 6 wide x 3.5 tall. Next is another tin funnel type of pan that is 6 wide x 4 tall. Last are 3 antique tin biscuit or donut cutters. Neat display items for a primitive or country style kitchen. 2/13vs
Vintage red kitchen collectibles. First is the cut red basket, (not vintage). Inside is a cool vintage Isalys 1/2 pint milk bottle, winner of the 1940 Ohio State Farm lst prize. Next is a graniteware butter melt. Next is a Nutbrown, Made in England french fry cutter. Next is a nice vintage apron with flower pot design. Next is a very vintage strainer; and last is a very vintage cotton linen towel, (some spots on it). Neat old items for your retro red kitchen display! 2/13vs
Marked: Stainless U.S.A. - Ekco - Flint Size: 11-1/4 inches length, 2-7/8 inches across bowl Condition: used, Normal use scratches Comments: stainless continues thru handle and forms a hanging ring at top
This vintage beater for whipping cream was produced by the Ekco A & J Co. The base measures 3.5 in. diameter. Total height is 13.5 in. tall. Very minor wear spots. Perhaps a bit of steel wool would remove them. Great display item for a vintage kitchen and of course is very usable for some real old-fashioned whipped cream.
Wow! When was the last time you saw one of these Can Openers! This one is tough, built to last. Bakelite handle has Burnt Damage on handle bottom as shown in photos, Nice for a Collection as you don't come across original 40s openers very often. Shipping is $2.00 First Class mail.
Marked: L. C. Germain (on front) Rostfrei Stahl- Acier Inoxydable - Fine Stainless Steel - Lifetime Cutlery (on back) Size: 10-1/2 inches length Condition: used, light wear Comments: 3 rivets, metal goes to end of handle, well made
Marked: Made for Foley in Japan on back of handle on each Size: 6-3/8 inches length for the largest (teaspoon) and 5-1/2 inches for the smallest (1/4 tsp.) Condition: used, vintage, normal use wear and use scratches Comments: comes with original end ring; each have hanging holes on handle tips.
Marked: no Size: 9-1/2 inches length, 2-3/4 inches width - Two Prongs Condition: used Comments: has a pattern area around the hanging hole; handle is black hard molded plastic - You may also like:TE6882, TE3331, TE6770, TE7111, TE7139, TE7140
Marked: Stainless Steel - Ekco - U.S.A. Size: 11-3/4 inches length, blade is 1-1/4 by 6-4/4 inches Condition: used Comments: has a pattern area around the hanging hole; handle is black hard molded plastic - You may also like: TE6883, TE7139, TE3331, TE6770, TE7111, TE7140
Ekco-line/ekcoline - Slotted Spoon, Solid Spoon, Large Fork - Red & White Handle
Signed: Eckoline - Stainless Steel - U.S.A. (in a shield) Size Spoons: 12 inches length, 2-1/2 inches across spoon bowls. / Size Fork: 13-inches length. Condition: used, vintage, heat damage/burns to red on plastic handles; metal is very good to excellent, so they are still very useable, just have cosmetic flaws to handles, so check photo's closely. Comments: White tip to handles with hanging hole, a black dividing trim strip, then a red hard molded plastic handle.
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.
Vintage bakelite meat gadget assortment. First is the meat fork; next is a meat tenderizer; and last is what I call the 'hotdogger'; used to remove hot dogs from a hot grill. All are in good vintage condition; all have the swirl brown handles. 12/12
A set of four stainless steel measuring spoons - to collect or to use - 1 Tablespoon, 1, ½, and 1/4 Teaspoons. Condition: used, with original ring - Size: Tablespoon is 5-inches length, 1-3/4 inches across bowl.
A set of four stainless steel measuring spoons - to collect or to use - 1 Tablespoon, 1, ½, and 1/4 Teaspoons. Condition: used, with original ring - Size: Tablespoon is 5-inches length, 1-3/4 inches across the bowl.
A set of four aluminum measuring spoons - to collect or to use - 1 Tablespoon, 1, ½, and 1/4 Teaspoons. Condition: used, normal use wear and dents, vintage, with original ring - Size: Tablespoon is 3- 5/8 inches length, 1-3/4 inches across bowl.
A set of four aluminum measuring spoons - to collect or to use - 1 Tablespoon, 1, ½, and 1/4 Teaspoons. Condition: used, normal use wear and dents, vintage, with original ring - Size: Tablespoon is 4-1/4 inches length, and is marked: U.S. ST'D.
Marked: Ecko - U.S.A. - Pat. No. D.198826 - 1C1 - on one handle and 3 on other handle Size: 6-1/4 inches length Condition: used, vintage, shows normal wear Comments: metal hand tool, operates using plunger, design patent number dates to 1964
Marked: Stainless Steel U.S.A. Size: 10-1/2 inches length, 3-inches across ladle rim, pour spout on each side Condition: used, normal use wear Comments: dark handle with two rivets; hanging hole at end to display, curved under hanging hole design, nice metal work inside bowl a rings pattern.
Marked: Androck - Made In U.S.A. Size: 14-3/4 inches length, blade is 5 by 2-3/4 inches Condition: used, vintage, shows age wear, a tiny split in metal by rivet, used dents on edge, wear to finish Comments: nice six inch wood handle
Marked: FISHER brand - Stainless - U.S.A. (on blade) Size: 17- total inches, blade is 11-3/4 inches by 1-3/4 inches Condition: Used, shows normal wear Comments: extra large sized, probably for bakery use, flexible spatula, heavy duty, wood handle with two rivets
Vintage Murray-Allen English toffee tin. This is a lovely old tin. Minor age/wear as expected, but displays very well. It stands 7.25 tall x 4.5 wide. It has the old State abbreviation on bottom: Calif. Murray-Allen must have been an importer located in N.Y. and CA who imported from England. Looks like an Art Deco design. 11/12estcs
Vintage Baret Ware English tin. Very cool tin with some age/wear on it, but it displays fine. Features gold highlights; a queen, knifht, eagles, castle, cherub, crown. It is 5.5 wide x 5 tall. It looks like an old tea tin. 11/12estcs
Two vintage tins. First is the Baret Ware Art Grace English tin featuring 'autumn leaves'. It is the one with the finial and is 6.5 tall x 5.5 wide. Next is a container made in W. Germany. it is 2.75 tall x 6.5 wide. They both look like foil paper, very attractive. The W. German tin, (looks like a small treasure chest), has some age/wear on it, but still charming for display. 11/12scs
Three vintage tins featuring the color green. First is the Baret Ware Art Grace tin Made in England, featuring bicycles, etc. It is 6.5 tall x 6.25 long; some age/wear but still displays nice. Next is a very pretty tin with a finial and orange roses; it is not marked. It is 7.25 tall x 4.25 wide. Last is Daher tin, N.Y., Made in England; has a handle and features an oriental motif, (hummingbird, branches). It is 5.5 x 4.5 wide. Nice tins to start or supplement your collection. You can use them for bath salts, pot pourri, buttons, notions, birdseed, cotton balls, etc. 11/12scs
Two vintage tins. One is marked: The Tin Box Co., Long Island N.Y. Made in England. The other is marked: Container Made in England. both are same size/shape; different colors, same pattern. They are 6.5 tall x 5 wide. Some age/wear, but nice display. 10/12scsr
Marked: Chip, Chop, Pat. Pend. (on blade) Apex Products Corp., NYC (on ferrule) Size: 9-1/4 inches length Condition: vintage, used, dates to 1940's, paint on handle shows normal use wear Comments: works by spring action, up and down to break ice, even ice cubes in a glass
Marked: Ekco - A & J - U.S.A. - Flipper - Lifter - Chrome Plated Size: 11-3/4 inches length, blade is 5-1/2 inches by 4-1/2 inches Condition: used, vintage, varnish and paint is chipping, everthing else is perfect Comments: Nice blade design - would be easy to remove rest of varnish and stain or paint the bare wood handle your own kitchen colors.
Very nice vintage bakelite stainless steel masher. This masher was likely made by Androck; it has the Made in USA Stainless Steel mark on it. The handle is red with orange swirl and ribbed design. It is 8.5 long x 4 wide. These old mashers are great to make mashed potatoes instead of lugging out the giant Cuisinart. 10/12smc
This attractive and useful cake knife is of the highest quality. Measures 9 in. long. Marked Nilsjohan Sweden. The box is also marked Kunglig, Hovleverantor, Supplier to the Royal Court. In like new condition with a serrated edge.
Marked: Stainless (trademark) Ekco Forge - Steel - U.S.A. Size: 12-3/8 inches length, blade is 7-inches by 1-1/4 inch Condition: used, average normal wear Comments: Riveted handle, a molded plastic handle with a hanging hole near the end
A masher/ ricer with an unusual shaped /patented handle. Marked on stainless steel: Cutco - Olean N.Y. - Made In U.S.A. and the handle is marked: Pat. No. 3122774. Its handle was patented Aug. 8, 1961 / granted March 3, 1964 to Thomas Lamb of New Canaan, Conn. Size: 10-1/4 inches length, 3-1/8 inches across round blade. Condition: used, average use wear/scratches Comments: ergonomic design
Vintage Androck Made in USA bakelite can opener. This has the reddish color with orange swirl. It has some wear on the metal tip, but overall is in good display and working condition. A hard to find item! It is 8 inches long. 9/12
Five vintage EKCO Forge kitchen utensils. All are in usable condition with eyeholes in handle ends for hanging. Good ole strong USA stainless steel; made to last and they don't make them like this anymore. These read: Stainless Steel EKCO Forge, USA with 2 people standing over something. You get 2 different types of potato mashers; a frosting knife; a soup ladle and a large serated spoon. Pick these up now because they are getting harder to find as everyone is scooping them up! 9/12
Marked: Stainless Steel Size: 12-3/8 inches length, 1-1/8 inch blade Condition: used, vintage, normal use wear scratches Comments: Brown on one side of handle and black hard plastic with finger grips on the other - hanging hole on end.
Wood Handle/ Large Slotted Spoon - Griffins R (Trademark)
Marked: two griffins R trademark - Stainless Size: 11-inches length, 2-1/2 inches across bowl of spoon Condition: used, some use scratches and rim dents Comments: wood handle, two rivets, hanging hole at end
Marked: Dexter/ Southbridge, Mass. - Super Stainless (on blade) S24914 on wood handle + Dexter Size: 19-1/2 total inches, blade is 14 inches by 2-inches Condition: gently if ever used Comments: extra large sized, probably for bakery use, flexible spatula, heavy duty, wood handle with two rivets
Utensils Marked: Samson - Stainless - U.S.A. Bread Knife Marked: Samson - Never Crumb - Bread Knife - Genuine Stainless Size: 12-3/8 inches spoon / 13-3/8 inches fork / 12-1/4 inches bread knife Condition: used, vintage, wood handles have much paint loss of the original yellow Comments: Samson is an unusual brand, not often found; company only in business a few years - circa 1929
Marked: Imperial Stainless - U.S.A. Size: 11-1/2 inches; 4-1/2 inches wood handle, 2-3/4 inches across bowl. Condition: used, normal use marks, scratches and wear Comments: Handle has grooves for easy grip, three rivets and metal lined hanging hole, pour spout on one side
Vaughan - Three Tines/prongs Large Fork - Wood Handle
Marked: Vaughan - Chicago - Pat. Appld. - Made In U.S.A. Size: 12-1/2 inches length, 1-inch width across tines Condition: used, vintage Comments: 5-3/4 inch bare wood handle, center prong is shorter than the two end prongs - interesting!
Two Spatula/ Turners - Household Japan Deluxe - Solid & Sloted
Marked: Household Japan Deluxe (in triangle) Size: 9-7/8 inches open slots / 13-1/4 inches the solid blade Condition: used, very good, very slight use Comments: White plastic decorated handles, hanging hole on ends
Marked: Japan - Nasco Stainless - Haiti Size: 6-1/2 inches length, 1-7/8 inches across the bowl area Condition: used, has heavy use wear and scratches on bottom of bowl, a discolor spot on finish on handle Comments: small gravy or sauce ladle in Haiti pattern with black accents on its handle
Wood Handled Vintage Utensils Lot Of 4 Strainer Sharpener Spreader Pick
An assortment of four 1930s to 1940s vintage wooden handled kitchen utensils - a small strainer, a knife sharpener, an icing spreader or spatula, and an ice pick. The unmarked strainer is 8 long with a 3 diameter bowl and has ears to rest atop a cup or small bowl. The handle is varnished blond wood with a white and red painted tip. There's some shipping to the paint at the end of the handle. I believe it was made by Ekco A long with a wood handle painted red with a white stripe. There's some wear to the paint at the base of the handle. Marked Ekco A & J USA. The ice pick isn't marked but is also an Ekco A&J product. About 8-3/4 inches long, it can stand upright on its chrome metal base. Very good condition.
Signed: Oneida Community Stainless Size: 7-1/4 inches, 2-5/8 inches across bowl Condition: used, normal use scratches Comments: I think the pattern is old Satinique - handle is very plain and has a bent shape
Vintage glass dispenser with bakelite? handle. The handle looks/feels like bakelite. Not sure what this item was supposed to dispense. Perhaps a condiment like ketchup or syrup or for the bar? It is in good vintage condition; some of the hand painted flowers have worn off a bit but that is about the only flaw. It stands 14 inches tall. No chips or cracks on the class; metal is fine. You could just remove all the paint on the glass if you wanted to. 5/12adjpr
Kitchen appetizer fork set in a lovely container marked 1978, Agift Corp. made in Hong Kong. The case is designed to look like carved ivory on a base but is made of plastic. It contains the 36 appetizer forks that are 3 1/4 inches long. This is a lovely, useful set that is also wonderful display. The set is 5 inches high and 3 inches wide.
Great mid-century look salad servers, both of the handles are notched for easy resting on the bowl rim, and the handles look teak wood; however are most likely a molded hard plastic or melamine type brown composite material. Circa 1960's Marked: Epic - Forged Stainless - Japan Size: 12-5/8 inches length, 2-1/2 inches across bowl area Condition: used, vintage, some normal use scratches
Vic Cassano, Mom Donisi, Pizza King, Pie Knife Server
Marked: Mom Donisi - Vic Cassano - Pizza King Size: 9-1/2 inches length, 2-3/8 inches width, notched on one side, pie-knife shaped Condition: used, vintage, surface use scratches, colored aluminum. Comments: This 4th generation, family owned company was established in 1953 in Dayton, Ohio. Mom Donisi helped her son Vac Cassano Sr. develop recipes and they started: Cassano's Pizza King.
Here's a nice large size Flapper Lifter / Handle is a brown wood with two rivets, and the rest is stainless steel. Handle is 8 inches, and the lifter/ blade part is 5 ½ inches across by 4-1/4 inches length and is perforated. Has a hole in the handle for hanging to store or display. Is in nice condition and is signed: Household - Stainless Steel ; inside a triangle. Comments: Nice large size for flipping or lifting.
This cast iron food chopper has more patent dates than anything I have seen. I believe the first one is Great Britain in 1897, patented in France, and Belgium and probably other places I can't make out. The last patent date is for 1900. This chopper has been in use ever since. Fastens to a table top and hand cranked. In good clean condition.
Potato ricer in red. It is in great condition and is still very useable. Years ago they used these often. It is still a very nice ricer for use or display. It is not marked and is made of metal. It is 4 inches high, 10 1/2 inches long and 4 inches wide. View all of the pictures as it is sold just as found.
No traces of paint so I think it never was painted. (I could be wrong,as it could have just wore off). Note the unusual shape of the masher end, so very Artistically Sculptural.It will look good hanging in a display of Vintage Kitchen Utensils. Shipping is $3.00 Domestic USA Priority Package.(3 days)
Good looking,in great shape and the action is very smooth.The paint is worn, the metal is aged but no serious defects or rust factor. Big Bingo made a number of beaters and one even for children.Shipping is $4.95 USA Domestic Priority.(3 days)
Royal Brand Large Spatula/lifter - Great Deco Handle
Marked: Royal Brand - Sharp Cutter Cutlery Company - Stainless Steel - U.S.A. Size: 10-1/4 inches length, 5-5/8 inches across Condition, used, vintage, nice handle with no burns or damage Comments: note the nice shape to handle, in a hard molded plastic, hanging hole on tip.
Kitchen flour sifter that is so unique marked Ernest Reich & Co. Chicago, U.S.A. It has a top and bottom cover with handles and a very different wood side handle that moves back and forth to sift. It is 6 3/4 inches high and 10 inches wide at the handle. It is made all of tin except the wood handle. View all of the pictures as it is in great condition for such an early, rare sifter and sold just as found.
One Marked:Ekco - Stainless Steel - USA / One not marked Size: 11-1/2 inches length Condition Blue One: very good, lightly used if at all / Condition Stainless Steel: used, normal use wear Comments: White decorated front; black on rear of handle,one spreader is coated blue, and there is a hanging hole on end of handle.
No maker marks - 10-1/4 inch length, blade 2-3/4 inches width - very heavy duty (6.6 oz) commercial grade. Condition: shows signs of being near open frame, end of wood handle a bit scorched, but still is sturdy and useable. Has two rivets on its wood handle and should last forever for personal use. Great for outdoor grilling!
Bakelite Handle - Advertising From Versailles Feed Mill - Pastry Cutter, Server
A 10-inch slice and serve cake or pie slicer, with serrated edge. It is marked on blade: Versailles Feed Mill - Versailles, Ohio - Phone 526-4311 Width is 1-3/4 inches so would serve as well as slice the pastry. Handle is a pretty butterscotch Bakelite material.
Marked: StanHome Stainless -N Size: 14-1/2 -inches length Condition: used, handle has surface scratching Comments: molded plastic handles in a marbleized maroon with hanging area on end- knife has two prongs/ tips on end.
Marked: StanHome Stainless -N Size: 13-3/8 -inches length Condition: used, handle has surface scratching and a few specks heat damage, see photo's (very minor) Comments: molded plastic handles in a marbleized maroon with hanging area on end
Ten nifty bakelite barware gadgets. First is the Parker Gaines England can opener; next is a corkscrew; next is a knife sharpener; next is a Sheffield England combination can opener/serrated utensil; next is a cheese slicer; next is a strainer; next is a long handled olive fork; next is another type of can opener/lid lifter; next is a different style cheese slicer; and last is a butter/cheese knife? 3/12v
Eleven cool vintage bakelite kitchen gadgets. First is the neat spice grater marked: Stainless Steel; next is a really nice soup ladle with strainer on side; next is a cheese slicer; a spring fork, (great for getting hot dogs off a grill); next is a short spatula; next is a meat saw; next is a pronged meat gadget; next is a serrated dumpling spoon; next is a meat tenderizer pat pending; net is a cake slicer/lifter; and last is a small butter? knife. All are in good vintage usable condition. 3/12v
Marked: Androck - Made in U.S.A. (in bowl) & Chrome Plate (back of Chrome handle) - Androck - Made In U.S.A. Size:9-7/8 inches length, 2-7/8 inches across bowl area Condition: vintage, used, peeling paint, use and cleaning scratches to bowl Comments: Rare to find these handle colors, I'd think: a reddish/ orange area with ivory and brown bands decorate the wood handle, which has a hanging hole on end.
Marked: Stainless Steel USA of each side Size: 9-1/2 inches length, 3-1/4 inches across base Condition: used; use marks, cleaning scratches, one speck corrosion below handle that needs polished Comments: Molded hard plastic handle, handle is riveted, a heavy-duty sturdy item, end hole for hanging.
Cool EKCO A blades rotate freely. Eggbeaters are so much easier than lugging out the Cuisinart! You also get the never been used vintage linen kitchen towel featuring the liberty bell and soldiers. It is dated 1975. The beater is 12.5 long. Grooved bakelite handle. Nice! 2/12scsr