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.
710 items available.
A rare and delightful caneware pottery honey pot, almost certainly by E.Mayer - offered in very good condition with slight discoloration to the edge commensurate with age.
No makers mark, but ...
A rare and very attractive Japanese 1920's orange/lemon squeezer in a delightful honeycomb and bee design.
This is one from a number of early bee related items I am selling - ...
Beautiful Victorian pair of sterling silver Martin & Hall heavy ladles - London 1894. A handsome pair of heavy ladles made in London in 1894 by Martin & Hall.
Offered in ...
A good George IV silver nutmeg grater of oval form
The hinge top and side opens to reveal the steel grater
All fully hallmarked and with a crest on the top
London 1825 ...
This antique punch ladle features a hallmarked double lipped silver bowl with the addition of a carved dainty whalebone handle. The silver bowl is early Georgian and is hallmarked for 'London 1727' by silversmith ...
English antique sterling silver sugar bowl and cream jug, hallmarked from Chester in 1900 with the makers mark being that of George Nathan & Ridley Hayes.
In good clean order (minor ...
Set of four Korean stoneware ginger jars or pots.
Three of them are in natural raffia hangers.
Raffia hangers have seen better days and are purely serving as decorative.
One of the jars ...
A sterling silver replica of a a Traprain Roman spoon/ladle with deep circular bowl and a dolphin handle.
Hallmarked from Edinburgh in 1931 with the makers mark being that of Brook ...
Large Antique English Elm Dough Bowl. Hand-made from English Elm this unusually large bowl features a simply stunning period repair using iron, adding bags of character to its appearance.
Offered for sale is this early 20th Century plated cocktail shaker.
English sterling silver toast rack of Gothic Arch design, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1945, makers mark is G&C.
In excellent order, stands 92mm tall and measures 74x60mm.
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Early 19th Century Beaten Copper Cooking Pot, Cauldron
This is a lovely early Cooking Pot, it is made in beaten copper, slightly flaring out at the bottom, to catch the maximum ...
Six French champlevey enamel napkin rings with a crest of a winged lion on each in original box Circa 1900
Two 19th Century Benham Jelly Moulds
2 Victorian Jelly Moulds one stamped with 447 and the Orb and Cross Trade mark of Benham and Froud, the other is of equal quality ...
Offered for sale is this late 19th Century lacquered chinoiserie papier mache bowl.
Pair of antique English sterling silver asparagus tongs by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, hallmarked from London in 1811.
An interesting family crest engraved on them which we have ...
These are a fine pair of English antique heavy gauge silver plated knife rests of rampant lions with shields.
Beautiful original painted Swedish butter churn which is a unique piece of traditional Swedish woodware. Originally a butter churn which would of had a handle and paddle through the middle.
Now presents ...
English antique sterling silver sugar tongs with the decoration remaining crisp, marked W.B to one bowl for William Bennett and lion passant to the other.
A good clean pair which measure ...
English antique sterling silver fish slice by Robert Hennell I & Samuel Hennel, hallmarked from London in 1810.
Engraved to handles terminal with the letter W .
In very good order, measuring ...
A walnut inlaid arts and crafts nutmeg grinder.
The nutmeg grinder dates back to 1910, it’s walnut inlaid with a flower to the top of the lid, and it’s in wonderful ...
English antique sterling silver sauce ladle by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1853.
In good order and of both good weight and size.
Measures 180mm in length and the bowl measures ...
A Large Gothic Carved Oak and Brass Dinner Gong
This is a large piece the Large heavy Brass Gong is suspended in an attractive and sturdy carved Oak stand, with a ...
A rare 18th Century wooden powder flask.
Height 6.5" (16.5cm)
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A set of 12 English sterling silver teaspoons and sugar tongs all contained within their original fitted case.
All 13 pieces are hallmarked from Sheffield in 1922 with the makers mark ...
A large scarce George III antique knife box, crafted out of mahogany. What makes this piece rare, is its original cutlery inlaid fittings. This piece is supported by ball feet.
A rare Scottish provincial silver bannock rack by Thomas Shannon (Dundee c.1865),Similar to a toast rack, Scottish bannock racks were made to accommodate round unlevened cakes of oatmeal or barleymeal.
Superb Large Painted Iron Balance Scales by Holliday & Co London 1907
This very large and attractive beam balance scale is set on a cast Iron base the central upright ...
This is a rustic 19th Century Swedish antique pine bread-board. Here we offer a great display piece which retains its original patina. Formerly a single piece of wood, now with an ...
These five brass 'Potato' Bell weights are from a grocers shop in the 1940s. By W & T Avery weights 1lb - 7lbs.
Height - small 9cm /18.5 cm.
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