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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Give A Little Squeeze

What's It Wednesday #173
 Hi everyone! Today is a true "What's It Wednesday". As a hint, all the items are related. Look closely and no scrolling ahead! What are these weird items and what connects them?

Okay, I guess I kinda gave it away with the title, anyway, but let's look closer. This has a handle and spout. Pretty, huh?

Teeny cute forks. Two wide prongs, three "bent" prongs? I wouldn't try to eat steak with them.

A saucer with a carry handle? Snack for one? Who knows, but isn't the hand-painting pretty?

Give up? See the lemons? Remember the title? Now, let's look again.

This is a lemon juicer. The halved lemon fits over the pointy part, and you squeeze and twist. The juice goes through the holes into the container (seed free), the lid goes on, and the juice is poured from the spout. Pretty and practical. This one has survived about 65 years at least!

This dainty dish is a lemon server. How cool is it to have a dish just for serving lemon? They had a lot of time back then, didn't they? I love the happy hand-painted flowers too.

I LOVE these cute forks! I snap them up each time I see them. The shape and detail of each is so unique. They are for taking the lemon slices from the server. Did you guess? Are there "what's its" in your cabinets too?
Hugs,
Patti

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