This Corning Ware 5 quart covered casserole or dutch oven is in the popular Spice of Life pattern made from from 1972 to 1987.
made by the Riviera Appliance Corp. on Meadow St. in Brooklyn, NY- this vintage electric slicing knife is from my mother's estate. It stores is a plastic case and has its original box.
Operating much like a pop-up toaster, the Hot Diggity Dogger is a unique vintage kitchen appliance lets you easily prepare two hot dogs (complete with heated buns) in minutes. It has time settings for heating hot dogs and buns to your taste preference. (6 lbs
An icon of the 1950'S- the stovetop percolator ---the days of stay at home moms who met with friends to drink coffee, eat homemade cookies and gossip. This is a Revere Ware copper clad 2-8 cup coffee pot.
Made by Farberware in Yonkers, NY, this is a vintage electric coffee pot. True to its model name, you will have 2-6 cups of your favorite "joe" superfast.
This Pyrex covered casserole is in the (white on) Blue Garland pattern. It has the matching opaque lid. 1 1/2 qt capacity.
This vintage chopper is made of white plastic with a glass bottom and stainless steel chopping blade and arm. Made by Gemco in the USA. It is in very good condition.
Wilton's 1996 (Easter) Bunny Cookie-pops pan.
Flower Power! Easter or spring, decorating this flower petal cake pan can be as much fun as coloring eggs.
Anchor Hocking Wexford Salt & Pepper Shakers. this is a clear glass in the Wexford pattern by Anchor Hocking. They are 4-1/4in. high by 2in. diameter.
This is Tupperware's Jel-Ring Jello Mold. It is their small mold and has aith fluted insert and holiday "Star" seal and a serving plate.
Tupperware's Jel n Serve set consist of the mold with 4 design caps - heart, Christmas tree,tulip and star. It also has a cover and serving tray for taking a serving.
This vintage 1950's punch bowl set is the Crystal Fruit pattern from Jeannette Glass. Set includes 1 punch bowl and 8 glass cups.
These are 2 Just White Corning Grab-it bowls - 1 large and 1 small. Corning Ware #'s P 150 b and P 240 b.
This 1 1/2 qt. baker/casserole is in the hard to find 1960 Golden Acorn pattern.
This is the hard to find large mixing bowl of the 3 piece set sold by Federal in the '40's and 50's. It is milk glass and is 9' diameter and 5" tall.
This standard size (9x5) crystal (clear vintage loaf pan is from Fire King.
This 1940's crystal (clear) baker is 5" x 7" x 3" rectangular shaped baking dish. It is marked as 1 1/2 qts. We have 2 available.