This silverware set is from the late 60s. Service for eight of dinner forks, salad forks, tea spoons, soup spoons (only seven), dinner knives and only four steak knives. Serving pieces: meat fork, serving fork, slicing knife, carving knife, four large spoons (2 slotted and 2 not), gravy spoon, sugar spoons, butter knife and pie server. Pewter-look finish. Feel free to make any inquiries.
A beautiful wooden bowl for serving nuts, snacks or perhaps a dinner salad. It has the slightly oval shape characteristic of the Munising brand: 8-3/4" x abt 9". The wood is 1/2" thick all around. We've rubbed in a little light vegetable oil to bring out the color and protect the wood. The rounded "M" on the script logo marks this as a circa WWII item.
Attractive matching set of wooden bowls painted in a grape pattern. One large footed bowl (11"), one medium footed bowl (8 3/4")and four shallow salad or serving bowls (6 3/4"). Very good condition: the painting on the larger bowl is intact, but there are chips in the paint on the medium bowl and two of the serving bowls. One of the serving bowls was carved of very pretty bird's eye maple.
Four Munising factory varnished salad bowls with large serving bowl. The bowls measure 6” diameter by 1-1/2” high and the larger bowl is 11" in diameter. The clear varnish reveals the natural color of the wood.
These salad bowls were factory varnished and are shallow, measuring 6-3/4” in diameter and are 1-1/4” high. Each reveals the unique quality of the wood grain which it was made – including Birdseye maple markings. A stylish and modern shape in an antique, natural bowl.
This is a basket to serve warm rolls/bread with the cotton, zippered cover that fits the basket. Easy to remove to wash. Handle to edge of basket about 14" and 8-1/2" basket diameter. Zipper in perfect condition, cloth is very good shape, no tears or fading. Includes std shipping.