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Valentine’s Day is over and I’ve about eaten all of the conversation hearts that I had on display in this area of my kitchen, so the time was right for a new counter display. I decided to use vintage appliances that belonged to both of my grandmothers.
This waffle maker was probably used not too many years ago. It belonged to my paternal grandmother.
The rest of the appliances on display belonged to my maternal grandmother. The bowls that go with this mixer are really nice. I should use them instead of only displaying them.
Granny made many a pot of coffee with this old coffee maker and opened many a can with this can opener. They drank coffee with every meal.
My modern mixer blends nicely with these old appliances.
I can display the waffle maker open or closed. I’ve been keeping it closed.
I’m glad that both of my grandmothers kept some of their appliances after they were no longer used. Now-a-days we are quick to throw something away when it no longer works. Did your grandparents save things that no longer worked?