The Collector's Guide Vintage Bakeware
Ovenex - Small 6-inch Waffle Textured Bakeware Pan
Whip up an impressive assortment of collectibles! From simple pie tins to extravagant copper pudding molds, these picks take the cake. Gleaming and ornate, these fanciful casts originated in Europe in the s and remained au courant through World War I. In England, "pudding" is a general term for desserts of all kinds, hence the term "pudding mold. Kugelhopf Mold Used to bake a traditional German Kugelhopf—a yeasty cake containing raisins, nuts, and brandy—this pan has a beautiful swirl pattern called gadroons. Trottier Mold This s piece was made by the esteemed Trottier company of France.
Ovenex Starburst Pair Heart Tin Cake Pans
Expanding into plastic production for its own use, Ekco Plastics produced both radio cases and later domestic plastic products; the plastics company became Lin Pac Mouldings Ltd. Cole and his future wife Muriel Bradshaw started out making radio sets in William Streatfield Verrells, a schoolmaster and freelance journalist from Southend-on-Sea, wrote an article in a local newspaper asking if it was possible to power a radio set from the mains electricity supply rather than batteries. Cole saw a possible business opportunity and set about building his battery eliminator, which he later demonstrated to Verrells.
A vintage s recipe card for cole slaw shown in a Boradello Pinheiro type ceramic cabbage leaf bowl. Powered by Shopify. Featured Products. Enterprise Mfg. Schmitz F.