This category and its subcategories are for sites related to collecting items thats normal use (before being a collectible) was to be used in the kitchen. Items such as china, salt and pepper shakers, collectors' plates, spoons, etc. can be found here.
Brief biography, photographs and notes of his works from the mid-20th century, including glass and stoneware, flatware, and teapots.
Shares information about the National Cookie Cutter Historical Museum in Joplin, Missouri, and about clubs throughout the USA.
This web space is dedicated to the study of egg coddlers. An egg coddler is a porcelain cup with a screw-on lid that is used to prepare an egg dish called 'coddled eggs'.
A collection of history, specifications, cleaning tips, and parts resources pertaining to Guardian Service cookware, the vintage aluminum waterless cookware of the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
Collectors of toaster theme related collectibles such as salt and pepper shakers, cookie jars, and toys.
A personal collection of mid-century modern dinnerware, metalware, and glassware, including Fantoni, Raymor, Jenfredware, Russel Wright, and Interplay by Iroquois.
Site offers a variety of kitchen glass.
Articles and tips about antiques, unique collectibles, kitsch and meaningful gifts.
Site to buy/sell/trade reamers. Reamers are orange juice squeezers or juicers.
A collector's society open to all who are interested in antique toothpick holders. Newsletter, annual convention.
Collection of reamers, shakers, storage jars and measuring cups.
Discussion boards for restaurant ware collectors, including restaurant ware, steamship, transportation and railroad.
A virtual toaster museum featuring many images and descriptions of vintage toasters from around the world, along with information about some collectors.
The home of the club for Old Hall stainless steel tableware on the internet.
A reference for identification of Pyrex kitchenware patterns. Contains images, pattern names and year produced.
A virtual tour of a vintage toaster exhibit in St. Louis, Mo.
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