Retro Tupperware Friday's Find #256


Thank God it's thrifty Friday, Friends! I remember most of the Tupperware pieces I'm featuring today from my childhood. I'm not sure why, but it came as somewhat of a surprise when I found out that the old-school stuff sells well on Etsy... 


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I think my mother had a Tupperware Pak-n-Carry just like this one in the paprika shade. It features removable handles and is in excellent condition. AVAILABLE HERE!


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Though, Ms. Pepper is single, I brought her home because I've sold several sets of Tupperware salt and peppers, almost as fast as I find them. AVAILABLE HERE!


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I have memories as a little girl of eating ice cream from these pastel Tupperware cereal bowls at my grandparents' house. AVAILABLE HERE!


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This Tupperware Store-n-Pour cereal keeper is also handy for rice or other dry goods. It fits conveniently on a refrigerator door. I have a "newer" version from the 90s with a blue lid that I still use. This is the 70s version. AVAILABLE HERE!



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This harvest gold Sunburst cake carrier is another 70s blast from the past. AVAILABLE HERE!



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9 comments:

  1. I have the cereal bowls and salt and pepper shakers that my mom used when I was growing up in the 60s. I use them for picnics. I just can't bear to part with them. I also have a stacking hamburger keeper. You could mash the burger into the small round with a disc with a handle, put on the lid, snap them together and freeze! Then just a few odd bowls that I still use. A lot of the newer Tupperware (that I bought when first married in the 80s) seems to get a very weird plastic smell. So I didn't keep it.

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  2. plenty of memories for me....I had them all in my early years of marriage.

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  3. We had all of these Tupperware items when I was growing up and a few after marriage. Fun find!

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  4. I still have some Tupperware in my cupboard. It wouldn't be a well stocked kitchen without it.

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  5. Oh my goodness, I am siting here with tears (the good kind) in my eyes. My grandma Ina was the Tupperware queen and had so many including some of the ones you featured. I especially remember the yellow and red carriers. Thank you for bringing back this memory! :)

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  6. Oh my gosh...the memories!! We had them ALL. I remember eating ice cream and cereal out of those pastel bowls sitting with my mom. Thank you for the sweetest memories...

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  7. I had an olive green cannister set; still have some of it. My faves, though, are the rectangular yellow ones that hold 1# of brown sugar, a box ofcornstarch, raisins, etc. Can't kill 'em! Mine are from '73 and still going strong!

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  8. Anytime you can spark good memories with an item, they are going to be good sellers. The S&P shakers were "freebies", I don't remember exactly why they were free -- but that is why so many people owned them.

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  9. I remember the salt and pepper shakers, although they're long gone today. Great finds! xo Kathleen

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