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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 7731: Fred Press Corning Pyrex carafe Roses no lid

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7731

Fred Press Corning Pyrex carafe Roses no lid Sprays of gold stemmed roses with white flowers decorated this 9 1/2 inch tall brass collared carafe made by Corning and decorated by Fred Press. Here is some information I found online about Fred Press.

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Fred Press founded the sculpture collection Contemporary Arts, Inc. and taught at the Vesper George School of Art. He is perhaps one of the most versatile and prolific of America’s present day artist designers. Hundreds of his original sculptures have been reproduced and collected.  His paintings, which have been exhibited in one man shows as well as group shows and competitions, have brought critical acceptance as well as prizes and have been acquired by such notable institutions as the Worcester Art Museum. His product designs, which have been distinguished by New York’s Museum of Modern Art with a good design award, have been executed in a multitude of media and distributed widely into virtually every corner of America. Fred Press is most known for his sculpture, but his unique glassware was popular during the 1940s, 50s, 60s and continues to be popular today!

This particular carafe by Corning can be seen on page 121 of the 3rd edition of the Mauzy Pyrex book. They were sold both with and without a lid. They were meant to go on a wire rack over a flame on the stove to keep coffee warm.

I say repurpose this item and make it a fun and funky summertime cold beverage server: iced tea, lemonade, cocktails even.

There is a little wear to the inside of the neck as seen in the photo. There is a slight scratch to the side of the brass collar. Buy it and enjoy using it with no fear.

Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today.
Circa: 1950-1970
Manufacturer: Fred Press  

Your Price: $12.50
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 7853: Stylecraft Mid-century Recipe Box # 805

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Stylecraft Mid-century Recipe Box # 805 Stylecraft Metal Mid-century Recipe Box # 805 with five blank dividers and even a recipe for Hurry-Up Dessert by Ethel Hacker!

Size: 5.25" x 3.25" x 3.5"

On the bottom it says No. 805 Design Copyright by Stylecraft of Baltimore, Division of Gordon & Son, Inc. Baltimore 30, MD. This box measures 5 x 3 and stands 3 1/2 inches tall. It has an image on the top of a brick fireplace mantel with a copper teapot, brass candlestick and apple on top with a wroght iron trivet hanging off the edge. The front of the lid says RECIPES in a frame that looks similar to a rolling pin and has a trivet on either side. The front of the box body has a old pot belly primitive wood-fired stove with pots brewing on top and a stool with a water pitcher and more apples (or peaches) in a bowl and a black coffee pot. The sides feature more of the same with cherries and pears along with a double boiler. Excellent vintage condition for a used item.

This would be perfect to fill with your favorite recipes to pass along to a young lady or lad in the family for Christmas. This is a wonderful unique or rare addition to your collection!

Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of America's past. Sturdy, dependable, it is ready for your kitchen table today.
Circa: 1950-1960
Manufacturer: Stylecraft, Gordon & Son, Inc, Baltimore, MD  

Your Price: $20.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 7352: Meakin Fair Winds cup and saucer. Tea time!

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7352

Meakin Fair Winds cup and saucer. Tea time! This Meakin Fair Winds cup and saucer was made in Staffordshire England. Each shape shows historical scenes of Chinese Export to America by using images from original copper engravings of the time period.

The cup shows a scene titled Sailors Farewell on one side while the other side depicts the New York State Seal. The saucer shows a scene of New York Harbor 1830 on one side while the other side shows the symbol for "E Pluribus Unum".

The colors are brown transferware on a creamy off-white. The details are amazing. This would look great in a maritime decor and would certainly set a stunning historical table.

The cup is marked simply England while the saucer carries a mark on the back which states "Permanent colors, dishwasher and detergent safe." So, Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of the past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen or camp table today. Historical chic! There are five sets available.

Priced each.
Circa: unknown
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 7221: Set 8 Meakin Fair Winds dinner plates

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Set 8 Meakin Fair Winds dinner plates This set of 8 Meakin Fair Winds dinner plates was made in Staffordshire England. Each shape shows historical scenes of Chinese Export to America by using images from original copper engravings of the time period.

The dinner plate shows the ship called "The Friendship of Salem". A cartouche on the rim depicts Canton Port in 1839 while on the opposite side another depicts New York Harbor in 1830. The third cartouche shows the ship U.S Delaware capturing the French ship Le Croyable across from the fourth cartouche which shows the symbol for "E Pluribus Unum".

The colors are brown transferware on a creamy off-white. The details are amazing. This would look great in a maritime decor and would certainly set a stunning historical table.

The mark on the back states "Permanent colors, dishwasher and detergent safe." So, Go green! Save resources and purchase a piece of the past. Sturdy, dependable, dishwasher-friendly, it is ready for your kitchen table today. Priced each.
Circa: unknown
Manufacturer: Alfred Meakin, Staffordshire, England  

Your Price: $4.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 3930: MIJ Fry pan shape hanging spoon holder

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MIJ Fry pan shape hanging spoon holder This fry pan shaped Made in Japan spoon holder has a hole in its handle to hang it as a decorative accent. There is a very Mid Century abstract open Pear and Apple as its main decoration. Shades of green and blue on the inner rim. There is overall crazing to the piece which I think was intentional. No chips, cracks or flakes. Add it to your retro kitchen today!
 

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