Old Fashioned Cookware & Household goods site

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  1. ClissAT

    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    I went looking for a nice chili jam recipe & since it was the internet with all manor of links & ads in the side panels, I got side tracked!:nearlygotme:

    I found this fantastic site that sells old fashioned stuff from yesteryear. The real deal!
    I had given up hope of ever finding genuine kitchen & household country goods from my younger years. :yahoo:

    https://www.exchangestores.com.au/

    Odgers & McClelland, Nundle.

    I found it hard to go past the Mason Cash & the Robert Gordon Ceramics.
    Then I saw the Haws watering cans which for the most part are sold out but I already have the zinc plated 9lt watering can individually made in Romania so I'm good to go there!
    Then I saw the Opinel knives & the Romanian Enamelware.
    Then there is the natural bristle brushware, Tala measuring vessels, Fowlers Vacola preserving supplies & beautiful linen.

    OMGoodness why do I always find these sites when all I can do is window shop & dream. lol:p

    If only I had spare dollars! Ah! :idea: But I can disseminate my xmas wish list to my (sometimes) loved ones! ;)
     
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    Love the old gardening tools section! Nice shop :)
     
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    Skippyherron Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Oh this is an awesome site to shop! I've brought some very yummy tea there!

    Here's one i love looking at /dreaming in as well - - - > the black hen
     
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    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Hey Skippy can you post the link to that store "the black hen' please?
     
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    Skippyherron Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    Sure! I tried to put it in full but the forum stopped me. Lets try again.....
    http://www.theblackhen.com

    Its all the usual W's
    then dot
    then blackhen (one word)
    then dot
    then the word com
     
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    Skippyherron Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    hey it worked!!!!

    Happy browsing! I think Odgers & McClelland, Nundle is cheaper from memory, but it's still fun to browse.
     
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