Hard to find green pint Atlas "Strong Shoulder" Mason jar with zinc Atlas screw top lid. No nicks around lid. Glass shows some bubbles and one hairline scratch - doesn't appear to be a crack (towards the back), but not sure if I'd use for water bath canning. Solid for refrigerator use or storage/display.
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.
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.
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 pre-collected set of Pyrex dishes goes from the refrigerator to the oven. Store and reheat your leftovers in attractive primary colors from the '40's. The two red dishes hold a little more than a cup, the blue one holds a pint, and the yellow one holds more than a quart and has handles. They're all about 2 1/2" deep. Very good to excellent condition: no chips or cracks, the lid of the yellow dish is a little soiled.
Vintage Pehrson Sugarhouse Utah ebelskiver pan with wooden handle. Seven holes for making ebelskiver puffs, can be filled, donut like delights cooked on top of the stove. Easy to use. Includes original sheet of recipes.
Much-loved and-well used bean pot in the popular pink and blue striped design. Crazing is visible inside and out, and on the inside has the color of molasses. No chips or cracks. 9 1/2" wide at the handles. Lid is 4 3/4" across, and pot is 6" deep. Holds two and one-half quarts.
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.
We see this kind of thing a lot, but not this big! A candy jar in the classic style. Sits facing forward or straight up. Holds 2 gallons plus. 10" across, 7 1/2" wide and 9 1/2" deep. The metal lid is 6" in diameter.
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.
A predecessor of the popular blue and pink-striped McCoy kitchen- and dinnerware. This 7" USA bowl has scrollwork around the top and a pedestal-like design at the base. Very old; well-used, with only superficial cracks, slight crazing, and inconspicuous chips on the lip of the bowl. 4 1/4" deep. Will include UPS shipping cost.
This is a great thing for coffee lovers. You can convert ground coffee into an "instant" coffee liquid. Comes with all instructions and equipment and easy to do. Coffee grounds are soaked in water over several hours and then drained into caraf. Then you pour a small amount of the liquid into a coffee cup and fill with hot water. The liquid is concentrated so you can use basically as an "instant" coffee. Keeps in refrigerator and holds the 'just brewed' flavor.