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Fun in the Fifties Kitchen
That was the marketing strategy of the companies producing the wide range of gadgets and products designed to make life in the kitchen much easier and a whole lot more colorful. Take this period tour full of '50s flair from teleservers for snacking to barbeque equipment for family gatherings to appetizer sets for entertaining.
Clocks, salt and pepper shakers, Lustro-Ware, cookie cutters and cake molds
Collectible advertising premiums from products such as Aunt Jermima and Planters
1,000 photos and prices
Manufacturers such as: Ekco, Foley, Plas-tex, Rubbermaid and Rival
A guide devoted to postwar collectible kitchen gadgets, plastic house wares and accessories, especially appealing to dealers, decorators, designers and historians. It features over 1200 colour photographs of vintage advertisements and magazine covers, as well as full listings and prices.
- Over 1,200 color photographs of vintage advertisements and magazine covers offer an enjoyable visual view of kitchen collectibles- Includes listings and prices for 2,200 postwar gadgets