News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - Whether you had a funky kitchen or just grew up with one, you'll remember the amazing colors, the intriguing shapes and the warm homey feeling you had when family dinner was served, or when the neighbors came over for a simple (or elaborate) buffet. We’ve combined a diverse selection of vintage kitchenware to create a new page on our website called “The Funky Kitchen”.
From brown dripware to Pyrex bowls to tea & toast sets, you’ll find a memory of the mid-century on our pages. And we’re presenting some very unique items, too, like fondue plates in a rich caramel brown; brass & copper chafing dishes; and a wonderful fruit-themed relish tray by Indiana Glass in a pattern called “Happenings” -- how 70s is that!
We’ve also got two sets of coffee mugs with matching lunch plates by Corning in variations of a very hip daisy pattern –- perfect for your next kaffe klatsch. And you’ll find an assortment of neat shapes and patterns in creamers and sugars, and shrimp servers in both ceramic and glass.
If you like what you see in The Funky Kitchen, there’s lots more in our shop at JosephMarc Antiques and Collectibles. From the atomic shapes of the 50s to the bright earthtones of the 70s, you'll find a piece here that will stir your imagination.
Why settle for "retro" when you can have the real thing?
To celebrate our new kitchen page as well as our heritage, this month’s Featured Item is a traditional recipe for Irish soda bread. The recipe has been handed down in our family for four generations. It smells great and tastes even better!
At The Cats’ Pajamas, we bring you an eclectic mix of classy glass, along with vintage pottery and collectibles, post-war kitchenware and wonderful new giftware. Our goal is simple -- to give you the very best customer service while providing a great mix of quality products at reasonable prices. Visit our website at http://www.thecatspajamascollectibles.com for the latest information about our shop and thumbnail pictures of selected merchandise, or see our complete catalog at http://www.josephmarc.com/store-280-TheCatsPajamas.
Come in and pull up a cup of tea. Take your time and browse around. Visitors are always welcome at The Cats’ Pajamas and all questions are cheerfully answered!