Monday, September 6, 2010

Collections: Reamers and Juicers



I love my little juicer (or reamer) collection. Most were made pre 1940, Japan. My favourite being the little cupie faced juicer above. I was lucky enough to find this one on a day trip to Crookwell, NSW.



This little guy I picked up at the Goulburn swap meet, the year before last.




Although functional, this collection is purely decorative, and are displayed in my kitchen. I do have a vintage glass juicer which I use to juice lemons when needed.

Hope you have a great week, the weekend here was horrid, our fence blew down and Tinkie escaped from the backyard, luckily he only went next door! (Thoughts to those in Victoria and Christchurch NZ, who have had to endure terrible weather and an earthquake!)

I'm off to Perth on Wednesday so no posts for a few days....see ya, Tamara

12 comments:

vintage mum said...

I love them they put my functional glass one to shame, I have never seen any like that before.
if you find any good thrify shops in Perth let me know so i can persuade my poor unsuspecting friend to have a look around for me :)
bye Cate x

A Treasured Past said...

@vintage mumHi Cate, they are pretty cool aren't they :) Have a good week back at work, Tamara

Annie said...

Oh wow,the picture of your juicer with the face on it just jumped out at me . I love it and have a few similar items myself. I have two 1930s tea cups and an egg cup with faces on. Your juicer was an amazing find. I also have a Goebel duck juicer and a 'Mr Lemon' juicer from the 1930s. Thanks for sharing your lovely collection.
Ann x

A Treasured Past said...

@AnnieHi Ann, That one is my fav too :) I'd love to see your cups :) Have a great day, Tamara

baysiderose said...

What a stuning collection, I have never seen anything like these before. Pam

Rose Garden Romantic said...

What an adorable collection! My favorite is that cute little face in the first photo!
Michelle

A Treasured Past said...

@baysiderosehi Pam, hope you have a wonderful trip to NZ, thanks for popping in.

A Treasured Past said...

@Rose Garden Romantic Hi Michelle, mine too. Thanks for stopping by, Tamara

cumquats said...

Wow! Your juicer collection is delightful. I have never seen anything like them. I inherited my grandmother's depression glass lemon juicer, it is a plain clear glass one. I love it so much I have bought all my children one as well. Good luck on your op shop hunting here in Perth. Kim :)

A Treasured Past said...

@cumquats Hi Kim, thanks for stopping by. I am glad that I have shared them, its nice for others to see instead of being hidden away in my kitchen.

I'm back already from my trip to Perth, only has 1/2 hour to check out the opies...found a great eiderdown at Good Sammys on Murray Street, just up from Miss Mauds Hotel but could not bring it home :(

Nice to meet you, Tamara x

Alan said...

Hello Tamara

I saw your swan juicer base, and thought I should help.
I often buy bases and tops seperately and as such, you might like to see the top of your swan. It is listed as part of my collection on www.juicercollector.com
I have also seen it, in Perth, with a lis (hence a teapot)
You will find many, if not all, of your juicers listed on my site.
Alan (Australia)

A Treasured Past said...

@Alan Hi Alan, WOW! What a wonderful collection! There are heaps there that I would just love. Its great to see what the top of the swan should look like, thanks for the link, Tamara