Ah the 70s when orange ruled supreme! I can’t but associate anything oldish and orangish with the 70s.
I have a rather large collection of retro kitchen scales. So far I have posted Australian scales [Salter -50s and Persinware-60s] but the collection also includes these lovely metal scales made in Ireland in the 70s. Scales are both functional and beautiful – which is why I love ‘em; I’ve seen them used for their original intention [weighing stuff] but also they make great book ends and fruit bowls. Just as long as the measuring bowl is intact [and one must make sure it’s the original bowl as well.]
These scales weigh items up to 10 lbs in 1 ounce increments, or 4.5kg by 25 grams- so are good for most of the world whether imperial or metric. The scales are orange enamel and the plastic bowl is a great elongated oval shape- again, very 70s.
The Pyrex mixing bowl features a great orange pattern- I’m sure Pyrex aficionados could identify the pattern name. The mixing bowl also functions well as a fruit bowl.
I like the scales and the bowl together- bonded in their orangeness and their 70s-ness.
This set is for sale: $AUD80