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Name/Title
A four gallon oval boiler. A KENRICK & SONS WEST BROMICH 4 GALL " is marked on the side.
Accession No
A68.345

Name/Title
A cast iron saucepan with a long tapering hollow handle.
Accession No
A68.363

Name/Title
An apple corer with a metal frame that can be clamped to a bench. It has a spiral rod with a three pronged head, a handle and a cutting blade at the top front end of the frame. The clamp attachment is missing.
Accession No
A83.724

Name/Title
A black metal coffee grinder with circular copper bowl on top and a curved metal handle which is attached to a central grinding mechanism. An oval brass plaque on the front is marked " Paris Silver medal / 1878 / Awarded to T & C. Clark and Co." The main body shape is almost square it it tapers slightly closer to the top. A large pull out tray is in the bottom of the mill.
Accession No
A67.418

Name/Title
A squat cast iron pot sitting on three short legs. It has two angled handles.
Accession No
A68.352

Name/Title
A metal peeler marked " Little Star ". The metal frame can be clamed to a flat surface. It has a wooden knob on the handle and three sharp prongs that are spring loaded containing the blade for peeling.
Accession No
A68.404

Name/Title
A waffle iron that consists of two opposing hollow metal heads hinged together at the top and attached to a long, thin, round metal shaft that has round wooden handles at the end.
Accession No
A83.095

Name/Title
A Spong's No. 5 meat grinder with a wide oval feeding spout and metal crankshaft with a wooden handle. There are two external mincing plates held in place by a wing nut and it has a clamp at the bottom to fix it to a bench. " GENERAL CHOPPER" is fitted on the shaft.
Accession No
A82.498

Name/Title
A manual food mixer anchored to a rectangular wooden base on four wooden studs. It has a round metal drum with an operating mechanism at the other end.
Accession No
A68.080

Name/Title
A cast iron kettle which has a missing lid. " A. Kenrick & Sons / West Bromwich " is marked on the base.
Accession No
A68.369

Name/Title
A pea sheller which consists of two corrugated rubber rollers, two cog wheels and a red metal box in front of the rollers in which the peas are inserted. " Pat Pea Sheller " is marked on it.
Accession No
A68.397

Name/Title
An enamelled three cornered saucepan with a handle and a lift off lid. The saucepan is cream coloured with a green handle at the side and a green handle on top of the lid. The lip of the saucepan is also painted green.
Accession No
PA2005.184

Name/Title
A nutmeg grater with a round, pierced metal face, a thick wooden handle at right angles to the face and a swivel grating mechanism with a hinged handle below the face.
Accession No
A90.427

Name/Title
A metal, oval shaped jelly mould. The mould is designed to shape jelly into six segments.
Accession No
A68.434

Name/Title
A black cast iron kettle with an " S " shaped spout and a handle on top. The kettle has a dome shaped lid with a brass knob. " A Kendrick & Sons / 5 Pints / No.2 " is marked on the base. The lid no longer fits snugly on the top as a small metal piece has been bent to obstruct it.
Accession No
A92.927

Name/Title
A yellow circular plastic jelly mould with 12 ridges around the outside and a circle in the centre. black and yellow sticker on the outside bearing:- "Made from RIGIDEX / the polyethylene plus / unbreakable / - unharmed by boiling water".
Accession No
TM1997.11

Name/Title
A green plastic lemon squeezer and jug. A small handle on the lemon squeezer fits inside the jug handle. The jug has small pouring spout.
Accession No
TM1997.9

Name/Title
A red plastic thermos flask with screw on lid. it has a pouring lip at the top and a metal band around the lower half of the thermos which is painted the same red as the plastic. Thermo tapers in half way up. Has a red plastic handle. " Phoenix and " Made in Taiwan " is marked on the bottom.
Accession No
TM1997.8

Name/Title
A plastic spice rack which includes five containers with lids. The containers are red plastic with white plastic lids. They also have white plastic letters on the front of each container. Containers are rectangular in shape. The letters are " C ", " G ", " C ", " A ", " N " one letter is on each container. The rack has a back board with two holes in it to attach to a wall. " Gay Ware " is marked on the rack.
Accession No
TM1997.39

Name/Title
A cream coloured plastic toast rack that consists a seven rung rack with a handle attached and a tray with a handle at each end.
Accession No
TM1997.36

Name/Title
A plastic shaker with " Milo " written on the side. The container is clear plastic with a green lid. A recipe booklet titled " Shake'em up recipies " comes with the container.
Accession No
TM1997.33

Name/Title
A yellow plastic storage container which doubles as a plate and dish. Base container has two handles. " WORLDWARE " is moulded on top of the lid.
Accession No
TM1997.35

Name/Title
A green plastic canister with a coloured container and white lid. The lid has a built in handle raised in the centre which stretches from one side to the other. It sits in a ridge on the canister.
Accession No
TM1997.34

Name/Title
A plastic egg cup in the shape of a chicken with a head, wings and tail around the central bowl shape. The chicken is bright yellow with red highlights on the beak, comb and wing areas.
Accession No
TM1997.93

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A cake decoration set which is made from aluminium and is still in its original box. It comes complete with an instruction sheet and designs with corresponding numbers. The cake decorator comes with four different nozzles which correspond to design numbers 3, 4, 5 and 7. The cake decorator is a metal tube with a metal plunger and screw cap. The different nozzle attachments screw onto the metal tube. The box lid is yellow with " Aluminium Cake Decorator " written on it in red with an illustration of the cake decorator poised above a cake which has been decorated. The box is fitted with purple card which has cut out shapes to fit the nozzles and main body.
Accession No
TM1997.291
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