Nice! How tall is it? Child size? Barbie size? Nice vintage toy.
i love it!!..so glad you rescued it :)
That is so cute, love the pots!
It's hard to guess how big or small the cooker is, but it sure is lovely and I can see why you rescued it.
This is totally adorable!
@ Ulla,the cooker is 6,5x3,5x4 inch.
Very fun! I too am curious about the size.
So cute! Don't think I've ever seen anything like it before. I guess it is about Barbie's size.
That's a cute thing to display in a kitchen.
Wow so cool and totally fun! I think there are tons of collectors for these!
Really cool stove!!Debbie
Tiny and cute. Thanks for sharing!Living it up at Lakewood,Cindy
I love that it is all scratched up, and that you have the 2 pots.
What a cute little cooker! And I love the little pots on top too! Very sweet!Happy VTT!Carol
This is adorable...it looks really small...so sweet.Have a great weekend and a wonderful VTT!
I love the vintage cooker. How lucky for you to save it from destruction. I love vintage toys of all kinds.Hugs, Jeanne
It's good that you now have the little stove...it is now with someone who can appreciate it!When I was a little girl my father made me a similar tin stove. Seeing this brings back a lot of nostalgia.
How very cute!! So glad that you saved them. I'm just getting around to visiting the VTT blogs. It's always so fun to see what everyone is showing.Jocelynhttp://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/
Until I read your post I thought it was a real life sized stove!! Very nice!Thanks for stopping by my blog and Happy VTT!!
So cute, rare to see toys like thisanymore!
If I am not seriously mistaken, I used to have a stove like that when I was growing up in Holland. This one looks like a 2 stove model. I had a 4 stove model. Also had a little frying pan. Behind the little oven doors were rails with slides that could hold so-called "spiritusblokjes" (fuel tablets). On your model you can also see soot traces above the little holes above the doors. This is a working stove, despite its size. I used to cook on it every now and then with my mom -- really tiny portions, of course... ;-)
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