For your consideration is a 3 piece set of honey or spice colored Pfaltzgraff measuring cups. There is a 1/4, 1/3 and 1/2 cups size. They have holes in the handle for hanging. These pieces are marked and in very good condition. No chips and no cracks with just a very small amount of age glaze crazing. These would make a great gift for someone who loves to cook. They are circa 1983 to 1989.
These 4 art glass napkin rings are very unique, having varying colors of glass melted into the clear frosted glass. They would look lovely with most any color of napkin. The measure 2 inches across and .75 inches wide. They are all in great condition, no chips, and no cracks. I don't know the age or make of these rings.
This is a cool piece of cast or wrought iron for the country kitchen. It is a match holder in a sort of heart shape. This would look great next to and old stove or fireplace. you put the wood matches in the little holder and strike them on the rough front surface. It has pretty little scroll details. It measures 4 and 5/8 by 4 inches. It has a little rust. It is a nice heavy piece.
This is a great item for serving many things like, nuts, sauces or dips. It has an attached drip plate on the bottom. It measures 3 inches high and 5.25 inches across the top rim. It is in very good used condition. No dents or rust.
This is a really beautiful quality handthrown pottery baking dish. It looks like it could be used for bundt, or angel food cakes or for chip and dip. It is very large measuring 2.75 inches high and 10 inches across. The glaze is a drip blue green to aqua and mottled. It has applied handles and a spout for pouring or thumb holding. It is unmarked but very much like Southern Folk or North / South Carolina pottery, but I have no idea of its maker...
This is an old vintage Hazel Atlas lemon squeezer, reamer or juicer. It is crystal glass and measures 5.75 inches across. It does have pretty good chip on the edge, but would still make a great decorator item. Circa 1950s
This is a nice little clear crystal glass pitcher that was used in restaurants for a creamer of syrup pitcher. It has spout, flat angled panels on the side, and a starburst pattern on the bottom. I believe this is from the 1950s. It measures 2 and 3/8 inches high and 2 and 1/4 inches in diameter. It is in very good used condition, no chips, no cracks, and visible scratches. I do not know the maker, it is an auction item.
This is a lovely little retro leaf design creamer or sauce pitcher. It has a eggshell colored background and dark tan rectangles with a leaf and geometric designs. It is probably about circa 1950 or 1960s and is 4 inches tall. It is great size to use for cream or sauces. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks and I don't see any crazing.
This is a really cool piece of wheel hand thrown pottery by Canterbury Pottery of England. It is designed to sit on it's side so you can easily reach in to get the loose salt. It is hand thrown by one of their master potters and has gorgeous brown white and tan art glazes and salt printed on the top side. It measures 3.5 inches tall and 3 inches across the rim. It is signed and in excellent condition, no chips and no cracks.
This is a wonderful old thick heavy vintage milk glass reamer attachment for a electric mixer, maybe sunbeam or some other. It is unmarked. It measures 6.5 inches across. It has what looks like a crazing mark on the inside and a bit of roughness to the funnel spout. This is really a cool old piece. It would look great in a retro kitchen.
This is a really cool old vintage metal enamelware pitcher or dipper with white on the inside and rich green on the outside. I have seen this listed as Yugoslavian, Romanian, Polish and French. Since it is unmarked I don't know for sure. It is 2.75 inches high on the dipper part and 2.25 inches across the bottom, the handle is 5 inches long. It has some chips to the enamel as shown in the images, which give it that shabby chic quality. Great for the country kitchen.