My store will be on hiatus until the State Governor in MI says we can resume ordinary business. At this time only 'essential' businesses can stay open due to the virus, so I am unable to process orders.
Due to the new Sales Tax requirements, I will be not be selling anything to customers in Mass., Tennessee; Nebraska, and Rhode Island, until your State comes up with a reasonable small seller exemption from State sales tax collection. This policy is subject to change at any time since States are in the process of enacting new laws and changing current laws. Let me know if you are from one of the above States and I will check on updates from your State to see if they have enacted new legislation.
Reasonable offers are considered on non-sale items. If the shipping amount seems to high, email me your zip code before ordering or cancelling and I will check it.
The main categories are on left and the subcategories are within the categories.
Get a free vintage tea strainer with any teacup purchase while supplies last!
--Old American Kitchenware, 1725-1925 by Louise K. Lantz, 1970 edition; great book to identify items, no price guide.
--300 Years of Kitchen Collecting by L. Franklin.
--The 50's-60's Kitchen by Jan Lindenberger, 1999 & 2003, very good book but prices are very outdated, (undervalued).
--Spiffy Kitchen Collectibles by Brian Alexander, 2003, great book but prices are outdated.
--Fun Kitchen Collectibles by Jan Lindenberger, 1996 edit., very good book, but prices are very outdated.
--The Complete Book of Kitchen Collecting by Barbara Mauzy.
Most of the items I sell are listed in the books, however, the book prices on them are very outdated.
Please do not ask me what your items are worth; I am a re-seller, not an appraiser. I value my items based on a cross between book value & market value, and other factors like how long it took me to find the item; the condition of the item; my overhead expenses like rent, commission, gas, mileage, office supplies, wear & tear on my vehicle, time spent looking, etc.