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Traditional Bakeware Sets

from Country Living

The Collector's Guide Vintage Bakeware

1. Kugelhopf Mold Used to bake a traditional German Kugelhopf—a yeasty cake containing raisins, nuts, and brandy—this pan has a beautiful swirl pattern called gadroons. Unmarked and from the early 1900s, it goes for $200. 2. Trottier Mold This 1870s piece was made by the esteemed Trottier company of France. Its unusual form (the large open center was filled with fruits once the dessert was set) and prized maker's mark give it a $500 value today. 3. Benham


#anthrofave. These are the new Genetation HORNSEA LOOK the traditional Hornsea kitchenware of the 70s. Made in England. Ijust wonder where these are from? Just beautiful!

from Williams-Sonoma

Traditionaltouch™ 15-Piece Bakeware Set

Ginsu 3891 Essential Series 14-Piece Cutlery Set with Black Block, Purple: Kitchen & Dining