H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques

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Today is the 74th anniversary of the start of the Battle of Iwo Jima.

Cpl. Don Graves reminds us that there can be a lighter side to even the harshest battles.

02/15/2016

We have many items on sale, stop by and check them out, if you need something we don't have, let me know and I'll find it for you!

02/15/2016
H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques

Still available

We are having a year end sale. If ou see anything that you just have to have, make us an offer.....Happy New YEar and great shopping.

01/16/2016

We are having a year end sale. If ou see anything that you just have to have, make us an offer.....Happy New YEar and great shopping.

08/16/2015

We still have great items for sale....check us out. If you don't see what you want, let us know, WE'LL FIND IT FOR YOU!

C1960 COCKTAIL SET TALL STIR GLASSES AND MENTAL SERVING TRAY. We are offering this set for 29.99 OBO plus tax.We are off...
07/21/2014

C1960 COCKTAIL SET TALL STIR GLASSES AND MENTAL SERVING TRAY. We are offering this set for 29.99 OBO plus tax.

We are offering a VINATGE (We believe CERA, but uncertain) GLASS SET, INCLUDING 8 TALL STIR GLASSES, and 1 metal serving tray.

ALL ARE IN GREAT CONDITION, NO CHIPS OR CRACKS.

Decorated in Green with black image (See photos)

Glasses are appx 5 1/2" TALL AND HOLD 12 OZ.

EBay has these items listed for $40.00 and higher. Set has some minor signs of wear for its age. No cracks or chips noted, estate sale find. These items are cross listed on other sites.

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

Sorry, but we must charge sales tax on all of our items.

Robo Italy green glazed straw purse, cir 1930s-1940s (Although it is hard to get the exact date). Offered for 29.99 plus...
07/21/2014

Robo Italy green glazed straw purse, cir 1930s-1940s (Although it is hard to get the exact date). Offered for 29.99 plus tax OBO.

Natural wicker has shiny green coating; body is hard. Gloriously appointed with slightly darker colored patent leather hand strap and top frame. In addition, handbag boasts four gold posts on bottom and two gold enclosures, each of which opens on the opposite side. Leather lined with Rodo logo. Handbag measures 9-inches across x 6 1/2 inches long.

EBay has these items listed for $50.00 and higher. Purse has some normal signs of wear for its age. No cracks or chips noted, estate sale find. These items are cross listed on other sites.

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

Vintage (1960s) MIRRO Cooky COOKIE & Pastry PRESS - 12 PLATES 3 Tips w- Made in USA. Offered for $12.99 OBO plus tax. Pl...
07/20/2014

Vintage (1960s) MIRRO Cooky COOKIE & Pastry PRESS - 12 PLATES 3 Tips w- Made in USA. Offered for $12.99 OBO plus tax. Please note: Box is not pristine shape, shows ware and use.

EBay has these items listed for $14.99 and higher. No cracks or chips noted, estate sale find. These items are cross listed on other sites.

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

HISTORY

The Mirro Aluminum company was officially formed out of other companies in 1957, it was bought out in the 80s and now seems to be defunct. I am guessing this press was one of the earlier ones. I couldn't find a date in the book or on the box but believe it is from the early 1960s. I wish they were still making cookie presses though. These things are going to become pretty rare.

Many families still claim their traditional Christmas cookie comes from a recipe out of this Mirro recipe booklet. The original press features many cookie dies that the newer Wilton plastic models don't include such as the scottie dog and the camel.

The detail is also another benefit of the older presses. For example, the tree die cut on the older one has scalloped edges to the branches that makes for a fancier and prettier cookie than the newer plastic dies that just have straight lines. If you click on any of the pictures below they will enlarge and you can copy and paste them into Word to print them out. I have made probably over a thousand of the Christmas trees and stars in my lifetime already and I highly recommend it! I cannot tell you how many I ate before my mom and later my wife decorated them.

"Party Time is Pastry Time." Hope you find these useful and nostalgic! Let me know how your Cookies turn out! With this press, I know they will be better.

Vintage (1960s) MIRRO Cooky COOKIE & Pastry PRESS - 12 PLATES 3 Tips w- Made in USA. Offered for $12.99 OBO plus tax. Pl...
07/20/2014

Vintage (1960s) MIRRO Cooky COOKIE & Pastry PRESS - 12 PLATES 3 Tips w- Made in USA. Offered for $12.99 OBO plus tax. Please note: Box is not pristine shape, shows ware and use.

EBay has these items listed for $14.99 and higher. No cracks or chips noted, estate sale find. These items are cross listed on other sites.

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

HISTORY

The Mirro Aluminum company was officially formed out of other companies in 1957, it was bought out in the 80s and now seems to be defunct. I am guessing this press was one of the earlier ones. I couldn't find a date in the book or on the box but believe it is from the early 1960s. I wish they were still making cookie presses though. These things are going to become pretty rare.

Many families still claim their traditional Christmas cookie comes from a recipe out of this Mirro recipe booklet. The original press features many cookie dies that the newer Wilton plastic models don't include such as the scottie dog and the camel.

The detail is also another benefit of the older presses. For example, the tree die cut on the older one has scalloped edges to the branches that makes for a fancier and prettier cookie than the newer plastic dies that just have straight lines. If you click on any of the pictures below they will enlarge and you can copy and paste them into Word to print them out. I have made probably over a thousand of the Christmas trees and stars in my lifetime already and I highly recommend it! I cannot tell you how many I ate before my mom and later my wife decorated them.

"Party Time is Pastry Time." Hope you find these useful and nostalgic! Let me know how your Cookies turn out! With this press, I know they will be better.

Vintage Glass Good Seasons Gold Leaf Oil & Vinegar Cruet Jar We have six (6) available to purchase, we are offering them...
07/20/2014

Vintage Glass Good Seasons Gold Leaf Oil & Vinegar Cruet Jar

We have six (6) available to purchase, we are offering them for $5.99 each OBO, plus tax or all six for $29.96

This is a Good Seasons Cruet. What is a cruet, you ask?? Well, it's a small container for salt, pepper, oil, or vinegar for use at a dining table. You can also make your own salad dressings using the convenient packages located at your grocery store.

Add your wonderful ingredients and shake, then serve from the same lovely CRUET.

This is a wonderful vintage (1960s) glass cruet with plastic lid that snaps open to easily pour contents. The bottle is pre-marked with the appropriate amounts of vinegar, wine, and oil or you may use your own special salad dressing recipe.

This particular version has ribbed sides and the cover is white. EBay has these items listed for $8.99. No cracks or chips noted, estate sale find. These items are cross listed on other sites.

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

Three Piece Queen Art Hand Made Danish Quality Pewter Coffee or Tea Set, Pre. 1960's (1958-1960 due to stamp on bottom -...
07/20/2014

Three Piece Queen Art Hand Made Danish Quality Pewter Coffee or Tea Set, Pre. 1960's (1958-1960 due to stamp on bottom - see below), Made in Brooklyn, NY. We will sell this as a set only, We are offering the set for $49.99 (Plus tax). EBay has this set listed for over $75.00. No cracks or chips noted, estate sale find. These items are cross listed on other sites.

Product Information:

• Item: Three (3) Piece Pewter Coffee/Tea Set.
• Made by: Queen Art, Brooklyn.
• Product Name: Hand Made Danish Quality.
• Condition : Excellent, see above and Pictures.
• Material: Pewter
• Country of Origin: USA.
• Use: Coffee/Tea Set and/or Decorative.
• A serving tray from Everts Jewelers (Dallas, TX) will be included in this set (for no extra charge)

• Size: Coffee/Tea Pot 8-1/2 inches tall, body (not including handle and spout) 4-1/2 inches at widest point, Item stamped #351, 8-1/2 inches from tip of spout to handle at widest point. Creamer 3-3/4 inches tall, body 3 inches at wides point, 4-1/2 inches from tip of spout to tip of handle, Item stamped #351. Sugar Bowl 4-1/2 tall to tip of top, 3-1/2 inches wide at widest point not counting handles, 5 inches wide from tip of handle to tip of other handle, Item stamped #351.

• Weight: Coffee/Tea Pot, 1lb. 8 oz., Creamer, 9 oz., Sugar bowl, 10 oz.
Stamped on bottom of each piece is the Seal of the ATC
Bottom marking reads ""ATC" with Danish Crown and the numbers 351.

Please note: The ATC mark was the mark of the American Pewter Guild. The Guild was created in 1958. Fine pewter is made of Antimony, Tin & Copper (no lead) This mark is similar to having Sterling on fine silver. The 1958 standard was 92% Tin, 5% Antimony and 3%Copper.

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

About Queens Art Pewter

These days, if you want to give or collect Queens Art Pewter, you'll have to look a little further than its old Brooklyn address. Because this long-standing company stopped production in 2000, collectors must now go to museums or auction houses to enjoy fine pieces of pewter bearing the familiar Queens Art Pewter seal.

Founders
In 1930, two German men, Anton Thuerer and Frederich Bauer, started Queens Art Pewter from their kitchen. As skilled pewterers, these men grew their business from a kitchen laboratory to a recognized address in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

History
In 1960, John Arcate took over the pewter company after learning the trade from Theurer and Bauer. He made it a family business and continued the tradition until 2000, when he stopped production to take care of family health issues, including his own.

Popular Pieces
The most popular Queens Art Pewter pieces are mahogany-mounted copies of the Brooklyn Bridge. John Arcate once stated for the "New York Daily News" that his customers made over a thousand requests for this particular mantelpiece.

Identification
Queens Art Pewter pieces are identified by a crown emblem surrounded by a circular band with the words "Hand Made Danish Quality Pewter/Made in USA." Underneath this is a line that says, "Queens Art/Pewter/Brooklyn/N.Y. Only pieces certified by the American Pewter Guild bear the ATC Seal of approval.

Fun Fact
Queens Art Pewter made the chalice and paten for Pope John Paul for the 1979 mass in Washington. It was approximately 7 inches in diameter.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/facts_5884037_queens-art-pewter.html

THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD......, We have many other items for sale, please take another look. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING....We ...
07/19/2014

THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD......, We have many other items for sale, please take another look. THANK YOU FOR LOOKING....

We have three (3) 10 oz. Tumblers and three (3) 5 oz. Tumblers in this yellow caddy. The set we are offering it for $14.99 OBO.

The pattern is nicknamed "The Star of David" because of its unique design. It is also called the wedding crystal, or flower pedal design. We have many other pieces that go with this setting. They range from 3.99 to 15.99 depending upon what you are looking for. If you are interested in finding a missing piece to your collection, or want to own our whole collection, or would you like to start one, give us a call.

These items are cross listed on other sites. Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

Brief History of the EARLY AMERICAN PRESSED OR PATTERN GLASS

In the early 1800's until the time of the Great Depression, people of wealth commonly used expensive cut glass and crystal. Indeed, folks used as much glass ware as possible, to hold forks, knives, spoons and iced tea spoons, pickles and butter and finger washing and salt. Every type of berry had it's own special dish. As well as glasses for water, wine, cordials, whiskey and brandy. You get the picture.

Lesser folks had to make do. To appeal to people without money to burn, the glass makers came up with "Early American Pattern (or Pressed) Glass". To copy the expensive cut crystal, glass makers came up with molds into which they pressed the glass. The Boston and Sandwich Glass Company patented first pressing machine in 1928. The glass was blown into the mold and pressed into the sides to create the pattern. The mold was then separated and the glass touched up. Presto, pressed or pattern glass.

Many good books are available on this subject to help identify who made what. There are many famous glass makers. Westmoreland, George Duncan and Sons, U.S. Glass Co., Boston and Sandwich Glass Co. Most were in the northeast. I won't try to cover all that here.

One design, Daisy and Button was made by Bryce Brothers, Doyle and Co., Hobbs, Brockunier and Co., George Duncan and Sons, Boston and Sandwich Glass Co., Beatty and Sons and U.S. Glass Co. Reproductions were made since the early 1930's by several companies including L.G.Wright, Imperial Glass Co, Fenton Art Glass Co., and Degenhart Glass Co. As you can see it's hard to tell the players without a program..

Thin, pale colored glass is primarily from the Depression Era hence the name.

Heavy, rainbow colored glass is often called Carnival glass because you could get it for pennies at the carnival.

These are NOT Early American Pressed Glass, they are much more recent, early nineteen hundreds as opposed to eighteen hundreds. Yes, they are pressed glass but a different animal.

Pressed or pattern glass companies mostly went out of business or switched gears at the time of the depression.

Some of the more popular patterns are a hunt scene called Westward Ho, Strawberries twined with grapes, Thistles, various Diamond patterns, Hobnail which is round raised dots all over the glass, Stars and coins which is stars of course and round indented dots which have the effect of reflecting other stars. This is a very striking pattern. There are patterns named after all the states that existed then. Literally over a hundred.

One thing to look for is the pattern should be very sharp, it is imitating cut glass. Many of the popular patterns are reproduced and the only way to know for sure is to check some of the many reference books. I have two of the original Westward Ho goblets and one reproduction. The easiest way to tell the difference is, aside from the raised mold lines, the deer's mouth is open on the reproduction.
Two good reference books are "The Collector's Guide to American Pressed Glass 1825-1915" by Kyle Husfloen and "Warman's Pattern Glass". No cracks or chips noted, estate sale find.

We must charge sales tax on all of our items.

Jilbere  - Satin Smooth Nail Profiler Professional Manicure Kit  This one is only $19.99 (plus tax). This item has been ...
07/07/2014

Jilbere - Satin Smooth Nail Profiler Professional Manicure Kit

This one is only $19.99 (plus tax). This item has been listed in EBay for over $40.00.

•Small, compact, cord/cordless rechargeable option
•Easy finger control handle with 2 speeds
•Cleans, shapes and buffs nails
•Smoothes rough skin and calluses
•Attractive convenient carrying case

The Satin Smooth Professional manicure/pedicure kit is perfect for natural and acrylic nail shaping. Features a lightweight 2 speed hand appliance with 6 professional grade attachments included see photo. Each of the tools can be sanitized in solution or cleaned in sterilizer cabinet.

Kit includes: Cleaning bruhs, fine emery grinding cylinder, medium grinding cylinder, coarse emery grinding disc, fine disc and felt cone nail buffer. Comes complete with an attractive carrying case.

No cracks, chips or damage noted, estate sale find. These items are cross listed on other sites.

Preowned

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options

We must charge sales tax.

Mouli - Julienne The New Rotary Manual Food Processor 1949 Original Box (box shows its age).  Offered for $19.99 OBO  (p...
07/07/2014

Mouli - Julienne The New Rotary Manual Food Processor 1949 Original Box (box shows its age). Offered for $19.99 OBO (plus tax). EBay has it listed for over 30.00.

I am offering a vintage metal Mouli Julienne grater / shredder / slicer, made in France by Moulinex in the 1940s. In good condition for its age.

This Mouli Julienne has minor rust and paint wear to the red wood handle. It includes four disks: zester, fine shredder, medium shredder, coarse shredder / slicer.

The disks have discoloration and minor rust from age and use. In my opinion, they are decent enough to use on food, though this vintage Mouli Julienne rotary grater would also make a nice food photography prop. This item is cross listed on other sites.

Hand held, manual kitchen tool - Very cool, vintage piece
Preowned

Thank you for shopping!

Contact me at H&H Vintage Ware and Antiques, call or text at 817-919-0742; email: [email protected] for details and delivery options.

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