Tag Archives: enamelware

Enamelware Stock Pot & Strainer

16 Sep

Nice white, large enamelware stock pot with strainer, and sunflower decal on the sides.

There are no marks on the pot but this could be from Yogoslavia. The pot is lighter weight than older pieces so I’m guessing this would be from the 1980’s era. Pristine inside and out.

Enamelware has been around for a long time and the US started major production in the 1870’s through to the 1930’s. A lot of it was melted down for the war effort as it was considered cheap and plentiful and everyone had a few enamel pots to spare. Now the older pieces are prized for their good craftmanship and design. After the 2nd world war a lot of enamelware came out of Yugoslavia and Poland as well as high end Scandinavian pieces from Denmark and Sweden.

Priced at $45.00 and available only at my booth in the Almonte Antiques & Collectibles Market, Almonte ON.

Vintage Antiques & Collectibles in Morrisburg

12 Jul

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Birks Silver Plate Tea Pot

This weekend is the annual Vintage, Antiques and Collectibles Show in Morrisburg Ontario.  July 15th and 16th at the United Church on Lakeshore Drive.

Here is a sample of some vintage items I will have available there this weekend. Hope to see all my regulars!!

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Enamelware Tulip Teapot

13 Oct

Enamelware Tulip Teapot

Lovely tulip pattern and in great condition too!

This is one of my favourite finds.   Really cute enamelware teapot with tulips all around and a plastic red tulip handle on the lid.  I don’t know the manufacturer of this particular one nor the age but it was too sweet to resist!

Note: This item has been SOLD!!

Polka Dotted Enamelware

26 Sep

I found these two Polka Dotted enamelled pots in a little Antique store while on one of our roadtrips. The store was so jam packed with stuff it was hard to move around in. I loved it!!!! Although I like to keep my booth clean and easily accessible, I love to browse around in over crowded out of the way places. I always think I will find some burried treasure that no one else noticed. Sometimes this strategy works.

These two pots were made in Yugoslavia around the 1950’s when polka dotted kitchen ware was all the rage. They have some enamel loss on the edges but still display well and are quite usable. The markings on the bottom show 2 lion heads facing each other and a number along with the printed word Yugoslavia.

Please note that the pots and most of the items in the background are now SOLD!!!

I still have the punch bowl set.