Vintage boxed set of eight beverage thermometers. Copyright 1940, The Ohio Thermometer Company, Inc., Springfield, OH. Inside top lid of box: The Perfect Host Serves Perfect Drinks. Tissue paper pamphlet has information, history, and directions. "The Green Spot Tells the Time to Tip". Box is worn but intact and has a strap on one side to hold cover open. Stir the thermometer until drink reaches proper temperature indicated by green spot (GO).
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.
Six plastic 3-5/8" set of coasters with refillable napkin inserts. Can use small cocktail napkins or fold yours to fit the see-through top by simply opening each coaster. Could also hold a square of quilted fabric. Made by Delkids Products, Oklahoma City, OK.
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.
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.
Van Wyck Drink Mixer in very good condition with two page pamphlet of recipes for various soft drinks and malts. Plastic mixer cup holds a little over a pint. No original box.
Four plastic coasters with bubble design with a small red fishing lure in the middle of each. Great little gift for a fisherman.
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.
Glass container to hold juice/liquids that holds one quart and easily fits on refrigerator door shelf. Stands 8-1/2" to top screw cap and about 2-1/4" wide in ridged design.
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.
This two-piece sitting lamb cake mold is made of aluminum and has been used, but is in fine shape. No markings on lamb mold. It does have a recipe in a recipe booklet from Nordic Ware; plus other recipes and another lamb cake recipe I've copies. No original box. I remember my mother used toothpicks in the batter for the ears to help them from breaking off even with greasing the mold. Approximately 10-1/2 inches in length by 7-1/2 inches tall.
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.