This Set of Six Anchor Hocking Bakeware is the perfect size to make your little mini casseroles.
This is a vintage (1971) round metal bowl from Daher. It was designed by Daher of Long Island, NY but made in England. This one features a floral design on the sides with a stylized 1800's Mediterranean lakeside Design. # 951942 includes shipping
This is a vintage (1971) round metal bowl from Daher. It was designed by Daher of Long Island, NY but made in England. This one features a floral design.includes shipping
This is a Corning Ware 10" Cornflower Blue Skillet with cover. Like all original Corning Ware, it doubles as a covered casserole--- use it on the stove, in the oven or microwave, serve with it and store with it in the freezer. 4 available
This is 2 qt. Covered Casserole. It's in the uncommon Pastel Bouquet pattern which was made from 1985 through 1988. We have 2 available.
This is a 9 inch diameter, 5 1/2 inch tall white Grapevine pattern milk glass compote. Manuafacturer is unknown. It is in excellent condition
This 7 inch white Corning Ware browning skillet is marked as a browning dish--but clearly with the handle is a skillet. Browning dishes were introduced to make microwaved foods have the color of being fried or broiled.
This is an 8" square baking dish from Corning Ware. It's the original pyroceram CW in Cornflower Blue.
In the times before the heat and eat of microwaves,families ate dinner together at a table. And, there were at home dinner parties with buffets. And yes, food was kept warm. There were a couple of ways --- candle and sterno warmers or electric heating trays. This is an electric Jasco Food Warming tray. It is green,gold and white. It measures about 25" long X 6 3/4" wide X 1 1/2" and would. I started using heating trays again a few years ago and don't serve without one...
This is Glasbake's clear glass casserole / baker. Its tab handles are rolled. It has a 4 1/2" diameter at the bootm; but grades to an 8 1/2" diameter at the top.
This milk glass square baker from Fire King Anchor Hocking is decorated in a colorful fruit pattern by Hildi.
A 1 1/2 liter / quart Corning Ware covered casserole in the rare Just White pattern.
What looked like an extra large cookie press turned out to be a Churro maker--from Bernar in Spain. It has 5 tips for making different shaped delights. There are instructions and delicious recipes on the internet.
From Heritage Mint Collectibles is a teapot as a beautiful gray cat. The body of the teapot cat's body, the spout is her right arm holding a package with a bow and the handle is her tail and left arm. The lid is her head. The teapot measures 6 1/4" tall and 7 1/2" wide from the end of the spout to the end of the handle and 4 1/4" deep.
This decorative teapot is from Heritage Mint Ltd. This is lovely Ms. Rabbit. Dressed in her frilly apron she is about to water her flowers. The body of the teapot is the rabbit's body, the spout is her arm holding a watering can.
This decorative teapot is from Heritage Mint Ltd. This is Ms. Duck.carrying a present (and her umbrella) she is on her way to a party. She is about 7" tall and 7" wide.
Although most green flowered Glasbake is called Daisy, this is the true Daisy Days pattern. Its yellow colored daisies make this 8" square baker a cheerful addition to any kitchen.It is not marked Glasbake. These rare unmarked pieces were made in 1960 when Glasbake was transitioning to Jeannette.
Two Cinderella mixing bows in the Early American collection--a 1 1/2 qt with the pattern and 1 1/2 pt. in solid brown