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Collectable Kitchen Scales

Although a very practical item for when you need to weigh something, collectable kitchen scales have an iconic look which makes them a stand out item for ornamental use around the home.

Genuine vintage collectable kitchen scales are available from many different eras with shape and materials varying with age. Iron kitchen scales are an old classic design style. There are many examples from the Twentieth Century which also saw the arrival of plastic kitchen scales and even wicker. The wide selection of styles and materials makes it easy to find collectable kitchen scales to suit your style.

If you want the classic look, but without the antique price tag there are many modern reproductions of classic designs available using materials such as brass for collectable kitchen scales.

As well as being an eye-catching accessory in the kitchen or around the home, collectable kitchen scales are also highly practical for weighing out ingredients or even parcels.

Collectable kitchen scales are highly durable. Their simple mechanics ensure that there is very little that will go wrong with them allowing vintage scales to still provide accurate weighing no matter their age. The aesthetic appeal of older scales is something that just can't be replicated. Many collectors use collectable scales as ornaments, rather than for their original purpose.

Collectable scales come in a range of sizes from large shop style scales to miniature scales. This allows you to find a set of collectable kitchen scales which is perfectly suited for the space you have available.

Collectable kitchen scales come with a selection of different sized weights. These are used for taking different measurements, but a nice array of weights can help complete the look of kitchen scales when on display.

Collectable kitchen scales come in a wide variety of styles at a range of price points which allow you to enjoy the look of collectable kitchen scales no matter what your budget.

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