Sound can also help determine the age. We aren't here to search Google for you or check for you. We follow the Etsy recommended approach of having you purchase an item using Other as a payment option, then invoicing you via PayPal per the payment schedule upon which we mutually agree. Vintage Enamelware Double Broiler White with Black Trim. Like this coffee pot from. If something is expensive, you know it's good.
In other words, no offers accepted. It is made by Huta Silesia Enamel, probably sometime after the early 60s. I did some research for you on enamelware stamped with an M in a circle. Their mottled enamel was agateware, typically blue. I have been collecting Enamelware for a very long time. The glaze prevents all tendency to burn. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Please convo to talk about a layaway plan that works for your budget. Convo to let us know you've done so and we'll send you the coupon code for 10% off. But if the coffee was ground was too coarsely, the water would flow through it too quickly, and the brew would be too weak. New rivals - aluminium, stainless steel, Pyrex, plastic - brought serious competition. Right from the beginning, coffee pots were used for brewing coffee.
Out of this came the huge range of enamel goods spattered, speckled, and splashed, which appeal to collectors today. Over the next few decades enamel-coated metal came into use for domestic pots, pans, basins, as well as for street signs, medical equipment and more. The shipping on such a huge, likely very heavy item might make eBay a bad choice. We do run sales occasionally, so watch for those. There's space for comments and discussion too. Unfortunately, it's not possible to help you with queries about prices or valuation.
The People's Medical Journal, 1850 Pikul and Plante, from Amazon. Items such as pots, kettles baking tins, and ladles were stamped from thin sheets of iron, steel, or aluminum, then coated with enamel, which was fused to the metal in a very hot oven. They are made in Poland by famed enamelware company Huta Silesia, and each carries a number associated with the size. This is an iron saucepan, glazed with a smooth white enamel, which so expands or contracts with the metal as not to chip or crack ; and is in every respect equal to the ingenious method long practised in Germany, instead of tinning the interior surface. Production began in the 1870s, and continued through the 1930s. Weight also helps date a piece. From Vollrath's 1893 patent The best-known brands, especially the granite and agate ware names, held onto a strong position into the 20th century.
The Art of Confectionery, Tilton and Co. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs. A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860, Bishop, Freedley, and Young, 1868 Plenty was written about unsatisfactory cookware: Ten years ago the porcelain-lined kettles were considered a great invention for boiling substances that required particular care, and many a thrifty housekeeper has congratulated herself on the possession of one, and then grieved herself sick almost to find it burned black in a few days, through the carelessness of servants, and just as liable to spoil her delicacies as an ordinary tin saucepan. While we enjoy memes and joke posts as much as anyone, this is not the place for them. I received some by hand me down and purchased the rest. Oh, and check out my app when you have a chance —. The handle tells us it was a chamber pot.
Stolen items are not welcome. Unfortunately I have turned up no solid information. But porcelain-lined articles are not only very expensive, but they never can be depended on. Please review to ascertain condition of item. Once I did, I figured you would like knowing too. In general, the heavier the piece the older.
Finding out what cooks or housekeepers thought in the early days is not so easy. Like I should have with the orange piece! Rare colors and patterns — purple, red, cobalt-blue swirls — are the priciest. We are aware that sheet-iron vessels constructed of a single piece of sheet metal have been stamped into shape and enameled in mottled colors to represent granite and marble, and also that sheet and cast metal vessels have also been enameled with vitreous enamels, when constructed in one piece, and this we do not wish to claim. White was the most produced color. They were iron manufacturers, not gentleman scientists like Rinman and Hickling, and their company went on to produce and market enamelled metal items for cooking, hygiene etc.