"I identified this scoop yesterday. It's for measuring dry items (sugar,salt, flour,cornmeal, rice, etc.) In the link I provided had you scrolled down you would see the five different sizes, one of which is 110 ml (milliliters) the same as…"
"I was NOT speaking of anyone is particular - in fact, I thought that this particular item was a good place to speak up about what has been on my mind for some time - because for some reason I did not think that this owner was one who did not do…"
"Apparently NJ is known for being tough - I have several friends that have moved from NJ to other states and they have made comments on how they had to get their "NJ UP" to handle unpleasant matters . That is not a good…"
"No problem, keep posting. Come to NJ and we'll toughen you up.....lol. Have you seen our Governor - he is rough. He has been getting a ton of bad press lately. I understand where you are coming from, I am on the…"
"Amanda, I'm sure that we have all been where you are, new at collecting. Please don't get discouraged. I used to work for New York Life as an insurance agent, and we had a sales trainer named Andrew - he always said…"
"the link i added was for how its use was listed listed on ebay as flour/sugar/coffee not the age - most things on ebay are pretty much badly described - like a stone statue - i see these listed as Aztec/mexican/polynesian/columbian sometimes 5…"
"Judy, I think that in some cases it may be just plain laziness. With the advent of so many ways to sell on line, there is less need to actually do research and stand behind what you sell. While I enjoy this site very much, I think many…"
"That scoop is 1/5th of a set. A set, made in Germany, of cast aluminum, retails new for $16.00 USD.
1/5th of that is around $3.00. Not vintage, not old, not antique or rare.
The numbers are in milliliters (ML) which denotes…"
"What makes something "vintage". After looking at the page that Kathy posted, I am inclined to think that the term is used for anything that is over 5 years old (and possibly less than 100) - in other words, a garbage, catch-all…"
"If they're not marked it's impossible to determine who made them or when. Look closely on the bottom. They appear to be 4 oz juice glasses and may have been part of a set. It would help if you could determine how much…"
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