Vintage Kitchen Gadgets
A Word About Primitives -
Primitive furniture, also commonly called early American country furniture, refers to handmade tables, desks, dressers, and chairs from before the era of mass production. These pieces often feature interesting carpentry techniques, such as dovetail and mortise-and-tenon joints.
Most of this furniture, made between the mid-1700s and early 1800s, was built by farmers, who were able to supplement their incomes during the dormant months making practically anything their farm or community could need—coffins, axe handles, repaired rails or chair seats, window sashes, etc. When asked, they would also produce their own versions of city furnishings.
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Vintage Kitchen Antiques
Collectible kitchen items span a wide range of objects, from teakettles and toasters to skillets and stoves. Aside from their aesthetic appeal, many of these items are still usable, which makes them both functional to use and fun to own.