Cast Iron Cookware in Miniature Earliest Part of 20thC

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When your dolls are out in the woods camping, they can prepare hearty meals with this good old set of cast iron cookware. There's a large miniature fry pan 3" interior diameter, a medium miniature fry pan 2 1/4" interior diameter, and a tiny fry pan 1 1/4" diameter. There's a pot with a handle 1 1/4" diameter and a kettle with a wire handle and rounded bottom 1 5/8" diameter. The two larger fry pans have double pouring spots; the tiniest has a single, tiny pouring spout. The mid-sized fry pan is marked with an S-O and an L on the bottom. And this one has three ball feet, which we particularly love.

All from a friend who died at the age of 101. The miniatures belonged to his wife, who predeceased him decades ago. They were still hanging over his cast iron stove in his home at his death. In great shape, with the only a bit of roughness to one area of the outer edge of the pot.

Home Farm Antiques
Bolton Landing, New York
(518) 644-2845