Such a beautiful and ornate food grinder. Is is american or european? I also have never seen grey enamelware. Love it!
Not sure where it originated. I picked everything up in the photo in 2nd hand stores over the years. Love the gray speckled enamelware.
wow, what a nice collection of what is called in the Antique trade, graniteware because of the color and durability.
Oh Mary Jane ….You and I share the love for graniteware. I have the Old wood cook stove in blue and grey speckled graniteware .with the bread warmers and we fire it up every Christmas eve and use all my collected pieces to cook dinner .Once you start collecting you’ll be bitten by the bug !Your pitchers made my day I just ordered the grinder off e bay a couple days ago . I hope you know that grinder is so hard to find yours and mine are the only ones I’ve seen in the 25 years I’ve been collecting ….Enjoy your beauties and keep sharing them with all of us . Thank you so much !
Wow, I had no idea how rare mine was. Thank you for telling me. I will cherish it even more and you yours. How cool that you have a graniteware Christmas. We should try that some year.
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