This 6 c. teapot is in the Wildflower pattern. This pattern was produced from 1977 to 1984.
Free Shipping. This cute mold of Santa standing up and holding a bag of gifts is made of a sturdy red plastic. Originally sold for Jello gelatin molds in the "80's it also serves as a Microwave Cake Pan. I tried one---it takes a standard box mix. Prepare mix as usual. Spray Pam or EZ Bake in mold. "Bake" in microwave on high for 7 minutes. Cool and decorate. Santa mold holds 4 cups, it is 10 ½” long, 7 ½” at it’s widest, and is 3” deep.
The handle was introduced by Corning in 1966. Using a handle made it conducive to use the casserole on the stove--as a pot or skillet. We have a variety of sizes. Please e-mail the size length width and depth of the lip that you wish to use the handle for. Price listed is for 1 handle.
This is a vintage 1950's cake decorator. It comes with the press and 5 tips. The maker is unknown--the only markings are the words "CAKE DECORATOR" on the press. Dating is based on newspaper which wrapped each tip. It has some dings attributable to age---but it is perfectly usable.
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 vintage small mixing bow with spout is custard color. It is marked Hamilton Beach, Racine Wisconsin.Although not marked, it was made by Pyrex for a Hamilton Beach stand mixer, food processor.
Bridge, Canasta anyone? Back in the 50's women met for bridge and couples played Canasta. It was common for the host to make cookies and "finger" sandwiches in the shapes of the four suits - hearts, diamond, spades and clubs. Recreate those bygone years with this vintage set of four aluminum cookie cutters in the shapes of the four suits. Each cutter is a tad under 4" and has a raised aluminum handle and a fluted cutting edge. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING
A vintage but very usable kitchen tool - the Keystone Grinder. It can be used for grinding meat and other foods OR with its wooden hand crank it makes a decorative period piece. Made by CI CO Boyertown, PA
This patented roaster was made in the U.S.A. by General Housewares Corp. (GHC) "It cooks and browns meat to perfection" in a microwave oven. It can also be used stove top, in a conventional oven,for tabletop serving and refrigerator storage. The measurements are 14" long, 10 1/2" wide and 6" high on the inside. The outside is 15 1/2" long from handle to handle
This is an 8" square baking dish from Corning Ware. It's the original pyroceram CW in Cornflower Blue.
Includes shipping...This is Wilton's train cake pan with instructions. Since it is an engine, you can easily make a Thomas the Tank Engine cake for your child's themed party.
This is a milk glass opal white Pyrex round baker. There is no size marking other than 22 cm. We believe that it was either in the US during the "70's push to metric or perhaps made for the European market.
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This is a Federal Glass "Heat Proof" 1qt. mixing bowl. We could not identify the pattern. It is milk glass white with a cobalt blue floral design. While the design centers around a blue tulip, it is reminiscent of an Amish friendship pattern.
Fire King Cornflower Blue Cornflower Oval Covered Casserole 1 1/2 quart size, milk glass white with.
This is a vVintage, S.E.F.A.M.A.(made in France) shell shaped, stovetop grill, sandwich maker.It's made of heavy cast aluminum with bakelite handles. The Makes two shell shaped pininni pressed sandwich style. It is stamped on the handles S.E.F.A.M.A. Made In France. There is a clamp on one handle that clamps onto the other to keep the upper and lower handles together. * Approx: 13½" x 8" x 1½" *
This is a rare clear glass coffee carafe. It is a 4 cup and is marked Pyrex.
This 6 cup coffee carafe is marked "Corning Heat Proof Glass". This one has the starburst design which is typical of mid-century space age products. These carafes were often give-aways with newly introduced instant coffee.
This is a Corning Ware Rangetop 7 inch open skillet in the Shadow Iris pattern. Shadow Iris was produced by Corning Ware from 1986 to 1993. We have 2 available.