Kitchenalia is the collection and admiration of antique, classic utilitarian, decorative and vintage objects that are associated with the kitchen. Anything from biscuit / cookie jars, to kitchen aids, old utensils and much more which is featured in our Kitchenalia section. Step inside, browse around and you will find a charming collection of objects that are not only fun and beautiful, but often may also still be used in your kitchen.... basically you will find everything but the kitchen sink. A charming piece of kitchenalia can make a wonderful gift. You can brighten up and make fun any kitchen with a decorative kitchenalia accent.
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This is a nice German Silver Punch Ladle with turned ebony handle, original gilding to bowl interior, German silver hallmarked and makers mark FW.
Length 16' ( approx 40 cm )
A large solid Victorian copper Jug that is polished and in lovely vintage condition., seams to both sides. Nice decorative item.
Few dents and dings in keeping with the age ...
Description: - A Danish silver Brandy warmer designed by Aage Weimar for Evald Nielsen. The brandy warmer is of plain form, with a carved wood side handle. The brandy warmer ...
A great example of a silver nutmeg grater Thomas Phipps, Edward Robinson & James Phipps. London 1811.
Top opens to reveal the steel grater, which is great condition. The ...
Pair of English antique sterling silver pickle forks with mother of pearl handles. Hallmarked from Sheffield in 1907 with the makers mark being that of C W Fletcher & Son ...
Rare original antique late 19th Century Chinese Oriental Kuang-Hsu Guangxu gilt bronze slim teapot of a slim form having shaped handle and spout with a beautiful guardian Foo Fu dog ...
These are a nice pair of four divisions silver toast racks in the Art Deco style made by Edward Viner and hallmarked Sheffield 1940
A rare 18th Century George I antique silver marrow scoop, Britannia standard London 1921 by John Millington. Super marks.
A rare find that is totally unused this is a Linton Dog Nut Cracker in the form of a dog and levered by it's tail. Probably a gift to someone ...
Immaculate condition Scottish antique sterling silver toddy ladle, hallmarked from Glasgow in 1851, makers mark is possibly the mark of Andrew McMillan.
Measures 170mm in length and 44mm across the bowl.
Scottish antique sterling silver toddy ladle in immaculate order, hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1834 with the makers mark being a single letter P which thus far appears to be unidentified.
A rustic wooden butcher’s block style table or kitchen island made from old reclaimed wood with undershelf to the base.
Please take time to carefully look at all the photos as ...
English antique sterling silver meat skewer of large size, hallmarked from London in 1778 with the makers mark being that of John Lambe.
Small monogram is present.
In excellent order, of good ...
This is a fabulous Edwardian 'Irish style' antique silver dish ring with pierced and embossed decoration of bird, house and foliage - with vacant cartouche. Hallmarked London 1908.
Offered for sale are these set of 8, mid Century French oyster plates.
A vintage enamel wash bowl that has been painted and decorated with butterflies decoupage.
Good George III Sterling Silver Meat Skewer. Excellent hallmarks for London 1791 by the silversmith George Burrows, decent gauge of silver, measures slightly over 11 inches (28.5cm) long. In good ...
Super decorative rustic French chopping block, i think, in solid beech and looks to be around circa 1900. Great character and fabulous swept tripod legs.
This piece could be used as ...
Late 19th Century painted Swedish fruit basket. Woven using strips of pine, later painted. Double hinged lid allows access to inside. Minor losses, good decorative piece.
Pair of Scottish antique sterling silver toddy ladles by George Fenwick, hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1821.
Both in nice order and as well as the single initial to terminal, one is ...
This is a large Late 18th Century antique English Georgian bronze skillet or posnet, of fine quality, used for down-hearth cooking, and standing upon three simple stub feet, by John ...
A lovely elm dough bin from the early 19th Century. This bin has a removable lid and a decorative trim to the base of the bin.
Item - Elm Dough Bin
Sterling Silver Marrow Spoon Scoop. London 1767. Excellent condition, hallmarked for London 1767, the makers mark is a bit rubbed. Measures 8¾ inches (22cm) long, has a lovely feel to ...
Antique English sterling silver sifter ladle by John Lias, hallmarked from London in 1817.
In very good order, measures 170mm in length and 60mm across the bowl.
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A rare 19th Century Victorian antique silver plated folding toast rack, with pierced and engraved decoration, central loop handle and stands on four ball feet, can easily accommodate 6 slices ...
Do you know those blue and white vintage enamel washbowls?
Well, this one was rather beaten up and passed its prime. So we've given it a bit of TLC
Painted it black ...
Silver sugar tongs Hall marked Sheffield 1928.
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A stunning George III silver nutmeg grater, egg shaped with beautiful rococo flower and scroll decoration, unscrews to reveal the original steel grater, which can be removed so that the ...
We have for sale a very attractive Victorian silver sugar sifter by the Sheffield silversmiths Levesley Brothers.
This Very attractive silver sugar sifter is richly decorated in repose with a ...
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