Enamel and metal
Tray - 115 mm (length), Dish –113 mm (length), Saucepan – 60 mm (diameter), Frying Pan - 66 mm (diameter)Order this image
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
A group of doll’s house sized kitchenware. A white enamelled saucepan with lid. The pan handle is shaped with a hole in the end and riveted to the pan. The domed lid has a flat rim with a handle riveted to the middle. Enamel discoloured and chipped A white enamel frying pan with five indentations pressed into the base. The handle is riveted to the pan and hooked at the end. Enamel is chipped. A white enamel, rectangular baking tray with a heart shaped handle riveted to one end and a pouring lip in the other. A white enamelled oval serving dish decorated with painted pink roses and leaves and a gold coloured rim. Total number of items is 5.