I think the coil stove element "burn mark" made the piece "extra special". I know it was used for cooking family meals in the 1950's. I recently picked up the whisk at a consignment shop for $1.
The cracker canister (Blue Magic Krispy Kan) was not my Grandma's but she had one just like it when I was growing up. The glass knob on top had "stay fresh" crystals. And, of course the wood mashers are one of my recent obsessions.
This is a vintage french fry cutter with a Listerine bottle of Rosemary on top.
|Vintage French Fry Cutter, Listerine Bottle with Rosemary, Campbell's Folger's and Natco tins, 3 wooden mashers, a cracker tin, whisk, and 2 old wooden breadboards.|
I found this vintage Kromex spun aluminum bread box at a consignment shop for $8 about a week ago. I am not sure if I will use it for bread or just for displays. It is in very nice shape.
|Kromex Spun Aluminum Bread Box.|
And lastly I purchased a washboard for $10. It's rusty but unusual. I don't have any with the rounded metal top.
|National Washboard Co Metal Top|
I will be posting a garden tour very soon. A few more perennials need to come into bloom first.
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