This is a vintage '50's coppertone brushed aluminum cake saver (top only). It has a white wooden handle and is imprinted with the word "Cake" and a dessert picture. It is in very good condition. Order by e-mail
This is a vintage '50's brushed aluminum cake saver (top only). It has a clear handle and is in very good condition. There is no embossing or labeling on it. Order by e-mail
This is a vintage Eames era Kromex brushed aluminum cake saver/carrier with bakelite handles and embossed "CAKE" inscribede art-deco style. It is in good conmdition but missing one bakelite handle cover. This does not interfere with its closing. Order by e-mail
This is a vintage (50's-60's?) souvenir pine playing card box. It is 6"x4"x2" with an inner divider so that it holds 2 decks of playing cards. It is varnished pine typical of the era. On the cover are decoupaged the 4 aces and the scripted "Atlantic City". Order by e-mail: BigFootCatPhx@aol.com
This is a great retro mug by Siesta Ware. The majority of the glass is red. There are two imprints of the American Eagle. The handle is wood and a gold band circles the glass.
Big Foot Cat's Collectibles
This is the American Greetings Commemorative edition 1973 Holly Hobbie Mother's Day Plate. It features the saying "Mother is another word for love". It is a Holly Hobbie collectors delight. Sold elsewhere for $15-$18 Order by e-mail: BigFootCatAZ@wmconnect.com
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This is a 750 ml. vintage Pyrex Cinderella in the Homestead Pattern
This is a retro Glasbake "pale yellow" casserole bowl. Order by e-mail: Bigfootcataz@wmconnect.com
This is a Federal Glass 6in bowl from the "sprayed colors" collection of 1976 .
This Anchor Hocking Depression Era is clear bevelled glass with 5 pencil thin stripes. The pitcher is in very good condition, having no chips or scratches. However, some of the striping has faded with ages.
This retro mixer is in excellent condition. It's light pink handles are typical of the Eames era. This hand eggbeater is a must for your '50's kitchen. Order by e-mail: Bigfootcataz@wmconnect.com
This is a unique smaller (4 in. diameter) juicer/reamer. It is stamped "Patented Jan. 6th 1909". It is handblown and has bubble imperfections. Although the spout is slightly chipped, it is nit noticeable. Order by e-mail: Bigfootcataz@wmconnect.com
This set of 1950's 4in. Pyrex shakers are typical of the era, having three gold bands on clear glass (no "S" or "P").
This was an interesting find. These are a set of 8 Phoenix Gazette memorial drinking glasses. Each one features a seperate article important to Arizona, country, or world history...