10 Things Every ’50s Mom Had In Her Kitchen

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The 1950s was a time of common kitchen items that would soon become an antique by today. They’re so special that you pretty much don’t see them anymore but stop by an antique shop and you’re sure to come across some decorative breadboxes or other popular ’50s items that may not even exist anymore.

Many of these items still actually exist but have changed drastically over time in terms of their appearance and how they work. We’re sure you’ll recognize these 10 things that every ’50s mom had in her kitchen!

1. Cookie Press

cookie presser

The ’50s cookie press was perfect for pumping out some delicious, homemade cookies of any flavor. Definitely looks a lot different these days!

2. Wall-hung GE Refrigerator

wall hung fridge
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This refrigerator actually hung right up on the wall and looks like cabinets, but it’s actually a fridge. Instead of being long and tall like they are today, they were actually aligned straight across.

3. Cake Breaker

cake breaker

It’s definitely a little intimidating to look at, but it sure was a great tool for cutting delicate cakes back in the day!

4. Flour, Sugar, and Tea Canisters


You could find anything you needed in one of these vintage canisters. You won’t believe how much these vintage canisters can go for on eBay these days.

5. Butter Molds

butter mold

What we know as a simple stick of butter today was actually crafted and molded beautifully by butter molds. Even though it ended up being cut into, the presentation is key.

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