Set of Pyrex Mixing bowls in the Gooseberry pattern on yellow and white. Ca. 1957. Pattern is commonly found in white on pink bowls and although these yellow ones with black pattern are not rare, they are harder to find. They are for sale in my booth at the Almonte Antique Market in Almonte ON
Please note these bowls are now SOLD!!
More great finds from estate sales and the thrifts this week. The General Electric toaster with black bakelite handles was grimy but in great condition and looks great after a couple of tedious hours cleaning the gunk out of the grooves in the bakelite handles and polishing up the chrome. The floral tray is a Fab product and has a sticker on the back saying the following —– A “Fab” Product – “Fab” is for Fabric—–“Yes, the pattern that you see is actually a carefully chosen decorator’s fabric that has been sealed in a clear polyester composition. The surface is mark proof, stain and alcohol resistant, and can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth. Avoid rough handling – this product is quite durable but is not unbreakable. Exposure to excessive heat may cause warping.”
Handcrafted in Barrie, Canada by Hardy-Glenwood Products.
These trays were made in the early 70’s and came in various sizes and colours.
The red lazy Susan is probably a recently dated item that was made to look retro. The sides are chrome colour painted on plastic . It would look great in a retro kitchen.
The small triangular dish was made in Germany and I think it would date to the 60’s. The black metal fish was made in Israel. The little painted black bowl is marked Cressi on the back. The glasses are from Dominion Glass Co. Montreal Canada and date to the 50’s.
Note: Toaster and lazy Susan are SOLD!
These are some of my finds this week. The retro turquoise lamp with an asian inspired ceramic base is my favourite one of the bunch. This was from an auction I attended and much to my surprise I was the only bidder. It is straight out of the 50’s. The yellow melmac platter and bowl were made in Buckingham Quebec, Canada; the turquoise melmac lug bowls are also Canadian made and are ca. 1950’s. The pink cased glass shaker and turquoise milk glass shaker are probably ca 40’s. I found some Tupperware coasters in complementary pastel shades and a pink Fiesta Ware Ramekin which I think is from the 80’s. The glass is by Dominion Glass Co. of Canada, ca 1950’s. All the items other than the lamp were found at my local thrift stores and an estate sale this past weekend.
Please note that most of these items are now SOLD!!
These two covered onion soup bowls were manufactured in the 50’s by La Laurentienne (Laurentian) Pottery in St. Jerome, Quebec. One still has it’s original tag! They are in pristine condition, never having been used. Laurentian Pottery was in business from the early 1930’s to 2005 I believe. These have a wonderful atomic star burst design in blue and black on a speckled background, popular in the 50’s, with a unique styled handle on the lid. Don’t they look great on the retro chrome table! I found them at a local thrift store this week.
For sale at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.
Priced at $10 each