We thought that we’d highlight a recent addition to the ‘What’s Cooking’ department in our web shop.
These vintage enamel Worcester Ware saucepans are really gorgeous.
They’re part of the ‘Tudor Orange’ range and feature a lovely pattern of repeated stylised flowers.
Worcester Ware really are one of our favourite producers of this type of metalware from the 1960s era. They made pans, storage containers, waste paper bins, magazine racks, place mats, coasters and the like. They’re well made and colourful with many eye-catching designs.
These examples come unused in their original boxes – perfect for vintage lovers who like their homewares in pure & pristine condition!
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We’ve chosen this lovely vintage saucepan set being offered by St Kentigern Hospice* in Denbighshire for this week’s Charity Vintage post. Six different sized pans should cover most culinary needs – and we love the cheery daisy pattern. Very good condition too… and a bargain at £29.99 for the set.
*St Kentigern Hospice’s objective is to offer patients, their carers, families and friends, responsive holistic care in a warm, homely, safe, nurturing environment.
We’re really excited – one of our saucepans has been featured in today’s Independent newspaper. Our first bit of national press coverage!!
By the way, ours is number 10!
And here we are on their website too…