Lately I’ve been finding vintage scoops....not just one scoop....not just two scoops.....lots of scoops!
I showed you this turquoise Lustroware scoop last week….Would you believe that this week I found a red Lustroware scoop that matches it?
This red-handled scoop is marked A&J ¼ cup and is perfect for dishing out pet food. The old aluminum scoop is pretty rough but it would be good for potting soil, I think.
A harvest gold ice cream scoop from the 70s and a red-handled melon scoop are still useful for their original purposes. There’s a ColorCraft measuring scoop and scoops for measuring coffee. The Sunbeam Bread scoop does double duty as a set of measuring spoons all in one utensil. One side is used for Tbsp and tsp; the other side for ½ tsp and ¼ tsp. Space-saving!
Though just barely vintage, these Tupperware rocker scoops are my favorite every-day scoops. They are great for flour and sugar and can be thrown in the dishwasher for cleaning.
But my all time vintage favorites have to be these old grain scoops. The big one looks like it was handmade of tin with a wooden hilt and handle.
I love the their time-worn look and can’t you just see them re-purposed as candleholders?
How about you?
Do you have any vintage scoops?
I’ll be linking to the following parties:
Vintage Thingie Thursday at The Coloradolady
Time Travel Thursday at Brambleberry Cottage
Thrifty Thursday at Tales from Bloggeritaville
Treasure Hunt Thursday at Blue Creek Home