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Metal Dogs Head Bottle Opener

Unique item made of wood and steel

$69.00 Ex Tax: $69.00

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Zinc Soap Saver

From the USA at the turn of the century when washing was done with solid soap, swept through the water in this device

$76.00 Ex Tax: $76.00

Round Steel Soap Saver

from the days when hard soap was used

$66.00 Ex Tax: $66.00

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Square Iron Soap Saver

used in kitchens when hard soap was the only one available.


$56.00 Ex Tax: $56.00

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Enamelled Green Cream Jug

from the 1930/40' era

$46.00 Ex Tax: $46.00

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Green Cream Enamelled Collander

Slightly damaged as is most of the vinatge enamel... indication of its usage

$56.00 Ex Tax: $56.00

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Iron and Wood Strainer (larger)

the handiest kitchen utensil of them all.

$38.00 Ex Tax: $38.00

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Small Strainer of steel and wood

Most often used for tea

$20.00 Ex Tax: $20.00

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Early 1920's Kitchen Masher

mostly for potato, pumpkin and my mothers favourite, carrot and parsnip.

$30.00 Ex Tax: $30.00

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Very Primitive bend wire Masher

The earliest form of the mashers to be seen

$21.00 Ex Tax: $21.00

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Iron/Wood Medit. Cheese Grater

The same exactly as todays cheese graters from Italy

$177.00 Ex Tax: $177.00

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Conical Sieve Very Old

Found only in top kitchens of the late 1800's to 1920 

$49.00 Ex Tax: $49.00

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Cast Metal Citrus Juicer

Used by good cooks to juice lemon and orange, same style as todays models

$48.00 Ex Tax: $48.00

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Wire Butter/Flour hand blender

$24.50 Ex Tax: $24.50

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Biscuit Wafer Press, 1800's

Exceptional item from the kitchens of high end families

$145.00 Ex Tax: $145.00

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