This is a New York Athletic Club "NYAC" metal pie plate. It measures 11 5/8" across the top and is 1 1/4" high and is signed with the Winged Foot and NYAC.
This is a very nice set of three canisters.It shows a trellis with climbing roses on them.Very pretty. The cans are in good shape. The large lid has some rust on it and the medium lid has some kind of a stain-- I'm not sure what. It doesn't show up that much. Also the medium can has written on it in magic marker Egg Noodles. See pics.
This is a very nice set of canisters.All are in good condition except the lid on the large can.See pictures. Large can is 7" tall by 6 3/4" wide.Medium is 6 3/4 tall by 6" wide. Small is 5 3/4 by 4" wide. The inside of the cans are all good.
This is a double pie basket with a divider and cover to hold two pies. It was made in Putney, Vermont in 1989 and is signed. Very good condition.
This is a vintage Bonny Products Ice Cream Scoop with a green handle. It is marked Bonny Prod. Co.,- N.Y. on the end of the handle. It is 7 1/2" long and the scoop is metal. It has been used but is in good condition.
This is a nice old washboard made from wood and glass. The glass is flat on one side and ridged on the other with the word NATIONAL embossed between each ridge. The best side reads Atlantic- No. 510 National Washboard Co., Chicago-Memphis. The other side reads the same but it is faded. There is a crack running about 5" long on the top. See pics. The washboard is 13" wide by 24" high.
This is a set of three Pyrex mixing bowls. Large white bowl is 2 1/2 Qt. Medium bowl is 1 1/2 Qt and the little one is 1 1/2 pint. Any scratches are very minor. These bowls were made in the 1960's. There is a black mark above the eagles wing on the large white bowl. They look like scuff marks to me.
This item is a Wearever cast aluminum cornstick pan.It is marked No. 2797, Wearever Aluminum Trademark, Taco, Co., Made in U.S.A. Age is between 1920's and 1940's. Demensions are 13" long by 5 5/8" wide.
This item is a two handled tin steamer. The diameter is 10" by 5 1/2" high. The cover is 3 1/2" high. It has been repaired by solder and wire. Nobody threw out anything back then.
This knife holder was made in 1974 and given as a XMAS present.On the back it says From The Cross Family, XMAS 1974. It measures 11 1/2" tall by 3 1/2" wide by 1 3/4" deep.