Vintage Androck Pastry Cutter
Mid Century Kitchen Utensil
Wire Wisk/Pastry Blender/Dough Blender
- Black wooden handle
- Vintage from the 1960s
- Materials: Steel, wood
- Pastry Cutter
- Dough Blender
- Mid Century Kitchen Utensil
- Mfg. by Androck USA
- Kitchen utensil measures 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches
- Condition: Excellent; Not Like New; Not New. Mint condition with minimal signs of wear. Kitchen use ready and/or for Farmhouse or Vintage Decor
Jo's Note: "Pristine condition, perfect for kitchen use or as Farmhouse, Primitive, Vintage or Country Home decor."
Ideas For Displaying Vintage Kitchen utensils
or using for Farmhouse Decor:
- An old-fashioned pot rack, such as one in cast iron or copper, displays vintage utensils in convenient reach for use. The rack spaces the utensils far enough apart for each to have visual impact. Lengths of chain and S-hooks can adjust the hanging height for each utensil.
Use the Walls to Hang and Display Collections
Larger items like colanders, pots and pans are awkward to display on shelves, so put hooks on the wall to create an instant work of vintage art in your kitchen. Use Command Hooks, if you’re worried about putting holes in the wall, or look for vintage wall hooks for a little extra style.
Display Collectibles on Open Shelving
The appeal of vintage kitchenware is largely visual, so don’t hide away your treasures behind closed cupboard doors. Remove cupboard doors and show off your collectibles in style, and make your vintage items easy to access. Or opt for glass-front cabinets for a showcase effect.
- Make Your Kitchen Decor Functional & decorative also
- Install Extra Shelving for Display and Storage
- Think of going Upward for Additional Storage and Display
- Repurpose and Reuse Your Collections
Need to Reduce Your Collection?
When push comes to shove, and your overcrowded vintage kitchen collectibles start pushing and shoving each other off the shelves, it might be time to think about cutting back on your collection. Sometimes less equals more – more space to appreciate what you can see and use, at least! Thin out what’s on display to those items you just can’t live without. If you can’t bear to part with them, then split up your collection, store part of it and rotate items by season, so that you can fully enjoy everything you own at least part of the year.