I love my colanders. Vintage-inspired, colorful, and enamel-coated, they work not only as strainers, but also as decorative fruit bowls or centerpieces for the breakfast table. When one colander in my set met with a tragic end in the dishwasherit was just too hard to say goodbye.
A few weeks before Mr. I was in shock. I could not imagine that she would not be at the wedding, and obviously she was not.
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Not too long ago, I posted a photo on my Facebook page that garnered a LOT of attention- an embroidered flower on a vintage mesh strainer. It was gorgeous and unique…and I was immediately struck with an idea of my own. Why not do something similar with a vintage colander, the kind with a star design?
T hank you for sending me an image of your enameled colander. I was touched knowing that it is something that you inherited. I have a number of vintage kitchenware items that I inherited from my Sicilian grandmother, Mary Campanella Gold, known to me as "Nana Gold.
Ask Tamara. While the film is not primarily about lead in consumer goods it does touch on that subject — so on that page I post pictures of items I have tested with an XRF read more here along with the readings that I found for toxic heavy metals were in those items. One item I have tested and shared recently is a common vintage household colander pictured here.