Includes P-81-B (pint saucepan with lid), P-82-B (1 ½ pint saucepan with lid), and P-83-B (a 6 ½ inch little skillet with lid) in the Corning Ware Spice of Life pattern
This 7" Pyrex skillet does not have the optional handle.
A unique find is this porcelain salt and pepper shaker set. They are cream trimmed with gold. The pepper shaker has the "Grace Before Meals" prayer with a picture of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The salt shaker has the "Grace After Dinner" prayer with a picture of Jesus. Cathedral shaped, they are 5" tall. The label says "fine quality Lego Japan".
This .5 L 1/2 qt. sauce pan is amber Visions from Corning Ware.
French White Callaway is a very rare pattern, and one of the last real pyceroceram produced by Corning. It has the green ivy design on the basic French White. Ours is a 2.8 Liter covered casserole.
This covered casserole from Corning Ware is in the delightful Wildflower pattern.
Corning Ware produced Sunflower Sunsations for a short period - making the pattern a rare but desirable collectible. This pair of covered casseroles is 3 qt. (l) and 2qt. (l).
This is a pair of Indiana Glass amber divided dishes. Each measures 7" by 5" by 1.5" tall. They make great additions to any collection. Or can be used as intended for serving nuts or candy. They would also prettily top off a woman's vanity.
It's a large bunch or grapes! This vintage Indiana Glass fruit bowl is 13 in. from stem tip to end, 9 1/2 wide and 3 3/4 in. tall. This is clear glass with the purple and green of a bunch of grapes on the underside
This pot for serving coffee or tea is silverplate from Wm. Rogers. It has been gently used (if ever used) as the original paper sticker is still on the bottom. A little silver polish will make this a beautiful addition to your dinnerware service.
This is an antique (circa 1910) coffee percolator from Landers, Frary & Clark Universal. It is one of the last stove top models produced by this company. We have researched that around 1920, the company began production of an electric model of the 789. Our percolator has all of its parts--for those who use their antiques as well as display them.
This rare find is a chopper/grinder made by Federal Housewares. The glass canister is in great condition and the metal gears are working fine. It includes the original plastic lid.
This Watkins Summrtime recipe pie plate, has small Country Kids wading in the creek with a frog and turtle. On the back there is recipe for a Summertime Fresh Strawberyy Pie.
This Watkins Autumn recipe pie plate, the two Country Kids are riding the Harvest wagon through a pumpkin patch. On the back there is recipe for Autumn Gold Pumpkin Pie.
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.
This Watkins Winter recipe pie plate, has a picture of two small children enjoying an exciting sleigh ride passing a snowman who lost his hat to a bunny. On the back there is recipe for a Fireside French Apple pie.$
This Watkins recipe pie plate, Christmas Wish, hass a festive rendering of two small children looking to the starry sky for Santa in his sleigh. There is a dog and cat in the foreground eyeing the cookies and milk the children have prepared for Santa. The graphic is has a border of festive Christmas packages. On the back there is recipe for a Holiday Turkey and Stuffing Pie. A great recipe for those turkey leftovers during the holidays or anytime of the year.
This is an 8 piece set of retro ovenware from Glasbake in the Green Floral pattern. The set consists of 1 oval covered casserole - 1 qt., 2 divided open casseroles (vegetable dishes) and 2 covered casseroles / bakers - 2 qt. and 1 1/2 qt.