Have you ever seen one of these before? It may look like some strange cheese grater, but believe it or not, this is actually a toaster! That’s right.
These pyramid toasters were popular in the 1920s. You’d set the toaster on the stove, which would heat up the metal. As you can see, the sides come out to form little pockets for you to stick your bread in. While the modern pop-up toaster is certainly much more convenient, these antique toasters are making a comeback, especially among people who like to go camping and use camping stoves.
In the video below, we learn about a bunch of other kitchen antiques, and how to estimate their value. You’ve probably heard of Hoosier cabinets, but do you know what makes some worth $200, while others are worth thousands? The answer may surprise you!
Along with toasters and cabinets, Dr. Lori gives us some tips on how to spot valuable antiques, and how to keep their value strong once you have them. One thing to look out for that may be surprising is the hardware! Watch the video below for more information.