News about American Kitchenware
Martha Stewart’s upscale tag sale leads to June auction with Benefit Shop Foundation
KATONAH, N.Y. — No ordinary country event, the April 23-24 Great American Tag Sale held at Martha Stewart’s expansive Katonah, New York, property was an exclusive affair, with tickets selling out in minutes, despite the $250 price. Final sale proceeds, which initially were estimated to be $800,000 to $1 million, will benefit the Martha […]
Pyrex and Pink Daisies: Midcentury cookware is fab again
NEW YORK – If you want to freshen up your kitchen, look no further than Grandma’s old casserole dishes. Vintage kitchenware is back in style — pieces from the mid-20th century painted with flowers, bright colors, and specific functions, such as bracketed chip and dip bowls or four-piece refrigerator storage sets.
Midcentury modern: décor for all seasons
NEW YORK (AP) – For keen serial redecorators, it’s time to start thinking about an autumn refresh. This fall, interior designers say there’s demand for eclectic styles, interesting prints, rich hues and warm textures.
Copperware’s burnish belies its usefulness
NEW YORK – Many professional chefs and avid cooks stock their kitchens with copper cookware, which is favored for its cooking properties as it cooks food quickly and evenly while providing an elegant ambience. Their gleaming surfaces makes them well suited to use as decorating touches for a kitchen. Antique copper kitchenalia is well made, […]