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  • Amber Carnival Glass Bowl, Circa 1930
    Amber Carnival Glass Bowl, Circa 1930
    Object       This small round amber colored dish is done in a basketweave pattern in what was known as "Carnival Glass" Carnival Glass was a process begun in 1908 and used a substance called Iridill to produce the multi colored effects. It was also known as "the poor mans Tiffany". It got …
    Object     This small round amber colored dish is done in a basketweave pattern in what was known as "Carnival Glass" Carnival Glass was a process begun in 1908 and used a …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Round Cut Green Glass Butter Dish, Circa 1930
    Round Cut Green Glass Butter Dish, Circa 1930
    Object       This pale green glass butter dish appears to be from two different sets as the round lid is patterned with a heavy cut glass star motif and the bottom is a much finer etched floral and leaf pattern (could be Floral Green pattern). The similarity being the color of glass. …
    Object     This pale green glass butter dish appears to be from two different sets as the round lid is patterned with a heavy cut glass star motif and the bottom is …
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  • Ribbed Edge Glass Juicer With Handle, Circa 1930
    Ribbed Edge Glass Juicer With Handle, Circa 1930
    Object       This is a clear glass one piece juicer with a handle. The glass has a ribbed pattern around the outer edge and a pour spout directly across from the open handle. This could be used by a person who was either right or left handed.
    Object     This is a clear glass one piece juicer with a handle. The glass has a ribbed pattern around the outer edge and a pour spout directly across from the open …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Plain Glass Juicer, Circa 1930
    Plain Glass Juicer, Circa 1930
    Object       This clear glass juicer is a very plain piece with a small flat hangle to the right and a pour spout 45 degrees from the handle, obviously meant for a right handed person .
    Object     This clear glass juicer is a very plain piece with a small flat hangle to the right and a pour spout 45 degrees from the handle, obviously meant for a …
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  • Vegetable Grater, Circa 1930
    Vegetable Grater, Circa 1930
    Object       From the farm of Margaret (Alexander) Eaket in Patton
    Object     From the farm of Margaret (Alexander) Eaket in Patton
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  • Round Vegetable Grater, Circa 1930
    Round Vegetable Grater, Circa 1930
    Object       This metal grater had three different grating surfaces on it, ranging from large to very fine. It has a metal handle and was cylindrical in nature.
    Object     This metal grater had three different grating surfaces on it, ranging from large to very fine. It has a metal handle and was cylindrical in nature.
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  • Metal Egg Scale, Circa 1930
    Metal Egg Scale, Circa 1930
    Object       Inscription: Speciality, Mfg, Co. St. Paul, Minn. U.S.A. (A very similar scale by the Unique Co. is currently selling on Ebay for $89 us.)
    Object     Inscription: Speciality, Mfg, Co. St. Paul, Minn. U.S.A. (A very similar scale by the Unique Co. is currently selling on Ebay for $89 us.)
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  • Wood Kitchen Cupboards, Circa 1930
    Wood Kitchen Cupboards, Circa 1930
    Object       This double kitchen cupboard actually appears to be two separate pieces placed together. The top part of the cabinet was painted a light beige color and has two interior shelves. The doors have a recessed front panel and crown moulding on the top. The bottom cabinet was painted white with …
    Object     This double kitchen cupboard actually appears to be two separate pieces placed together. The top part of the cabinet was painted a light beige color and has two interior shelves. …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Sad Iron (no handle), Circa 1930
    Sad Iron (no handle), Circa 1930
    Object       This was known as a "sad iron" with a detachable handle. These type of irons were not called "sad" irons because in old english sad meant (Heavy, dense, solid) therefore the term. This particular type of iron was patented by Mary Florence Potts of Ottumwa, Iowa in 1871 and allowed …
    Object     This was known as a "sad iron" with a detachable handle. These type of irons were not called "sad" irons because in old english sad meant (Heavy, dense, solid) therefore …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Sad Iron #2 With Wooden Handle,Circa 1930
    Sad Iron #2 With Wooden Handle,Circa 1930
    Object       This was known as a "sad iron" with a detachable handle. These type of irons were not called "sad" irons because in old english sad meant (Heavy, dense, solid) therefore the term. This particular type of iron was patented by Mary Florence Potts of Ottumwa, Iowa in 1871 and allowed …
    Object     This was known as a "sad iron" with a detachable handle. These type of irons were not called "sad" irons because in old english sad meant (Heavy, dense, solid) therefore …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Sad Iron #3 With Wooden Handle, Circa 1930
    Sad Iron #3 With Wooden Handle, Circa 1930
    Object       The handle on this iron is chipped, and gouged.
    Object     The handle on this iron is chipped, and gouged.
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  • Cake/Cookie Decorator Set, Circa 1930
    Cake/Cookie Decorator Set, Circa 1930
    Object       This multi-piece set is contained in a large round tin marked "Cookies". The can is a pale yellow color with a green lid. Inside are various icing tips for fancy cake or cookie decorating. There are also a set of scalloped cookie cutters in various sizes, a knife, as well …
    Object     This multi-piece set is contained in a large round tin marked "Cookies". The can is a pale yellow color with a green lid. Inside are various icing tips for fancy …
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  • Blue and white Enamelware Pitcher, Circa 1930
    Blue and white Enamelware Pitcher, Circa 1930
    Object       Blue and white enamelware pitcher with rounded handle.
    Object     Blue and white enamelware pitcher with rounded handle.
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  • White Enamelware Tea Pot, Circa 1930
    White Enamelware Tea Pot, Circa 1930
    Object       White enamelware teapot with black trim along the top edge of the post and a black handle. There is a silver metal lid (aluminum) that is attached to the handle and flips closed to keep the tea hot.
    Object     White enamelware teapot with black trim along the top edge of the post and a black handle. There is a silver metal lid (aluminum) that is attached to the handle …
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  • Set Of Three White Enamelware Dishes, Circa 1930
    Set Of Three White Enamelware Dishes, Circa 1930
    Object       This is a three piece set of white and black enamelware dishes, there is an oval dinner plate, and two cups with different profiles. One of the cups is a lower more open tea cup style and the other is more of a taller coffee mug style.
    Object     This is a three piece set of white and black enamelware dishes, there is an oval dinner plate, and two cups with different profiles. One of the cups is a …
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  • Mens Leather Wallet With Studded 'Star' Design, Circa 1930
    Mens Leather Wallet With Studded 'Star' Design, Circa 1930
    Object       This is a dark brown zippered wallet with a brass finish star shaped studded design on the front. Inside there is a plastic sleeve with a tab that reads "Motor Licence" and a small snap closing change pocket. It is stamped "genuine leather".
    Object     This is a dark brown zippered wallet with a brass finish star shaped studded design on the front. Inside there is a plastic sleeve with a tab that reads "Motor …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Men's Sleeve Garters, Circa 1930
    Men's Sleeve Garters, Circa 1930
    Object       These men`s sleeve garters are navy with orange stitching and adjustable buckles. These came into fashion because in the early years mens dress shirts `were only manufactured with extra long sleeves. Garters allowed for the individual to adjust them to the length they needed. It also served to keep their …
    Object     These men`s sleeve garters are navy with orange stitching and adjustable buckles. These came into fashion because in the early years mens dress shirts `were only manufactured with extra long …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Long Black Dress With Fringe, Circa 1930
    Long Black Dress With Fringe, Circa 1930
    Object       This is a full length dress with a short capped sleeve that ends in long black fringe that would extend to the wrist or beyond. There is long fringe along the top of the neckline and around the back of the dress, the fringed section of the dress looks like …
    Object     This is a full length dress with a short capped sleeve that ends in long black fringe that would extend to the wrist or beyond. There is long fringe along …
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Full Length Peach Silk Gown With Matching Robe, Circa 1930
    Full Length Peach Silk Gown With Matching Robe, Circa 1930
    Object       There is some discoloration on the garment and there are also moth holes and signs of wear in the robe.
    Object     There is some discoloration on the garment and there are also moth holes and signs of wear in the robe.
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Full Length Grey Dress With Beaded Trim, Circa 1930
    Full Length Grey Dress With Beaded Trim, Circa 1930
    Object       This is a full length light grey dress with long sleeves and an empire waist line. There is some brown and black hand beading around the neckline in a cable design. The dress has large shoulder pads and metal zipper along the side.
    Object     This is a full length light grey dress with long sleeves and an empire waist line. There is some brown and black hand beading around the neckline in a cable …
    Huron Shores Museum
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