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Ernest Sohn Creations 14K Salad Utensils

Ernest Sohn Creations 14K Salad Utensils

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Cathrineholm Enamelware Bowls

Cathrineholm Enamelware Bowls

These MCM enamelware serving/mixing bowls were designed by Grete Prytz Kittelson and manufactured by Cathrineholm of Norway.  I especially like the Lotus pattern in various shad

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Goodwill $1.35 after my discount! So cute.

More Don Drumm knobs

More Don Drumm knobs

Here is another set of 10 pairs of knobs


Plus there is one big knob to use on the pantry door.


I consider these things genius design to live with every day.

Don Drumm knobs

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Don Drumm knobs

I think I've mentioned that I am renovating my kitchen.


I had the cabinets refinished so I could use Don Drumm knobs.


Here's is one set of 10 pairs that I ordered.

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Georges Briard Metal Serving Tray- "Butterflies Pattern"
Georges Briard Metal Serving Tray-- "Butterflies Pattern"

10 7/8" Diameter. From a weekend temple sale.

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Chrome and walnut chaffing dish

Chrome and walnut MCM chaffing dish.

Recent flea market find, beautiful chrome and walnut chaffing dish. Sterno holder is marked on bottom w/ "M" and USA. Any ideas about whot hanufactured it?