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January 21, 2017

Vintage Snappy Saturday – The Appliance Display of Your Dreams

By Sara In AZ

I HAD to include two pictures in this week’s ‘Snappy Saturday’ as these slide images were just too FAB to not pair together! Both images are from the same seller and I know – the first pic does look like it is a picture of a newly installed GE Wonder Kitchen in a home…but if you look at the second pic you will see it this must be some kind of GE sales set-up/demonstration/appliance store as there are numerous ranges in the foreground. Surely, the stuff all of us vintage lovers dream of now-a-days!

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Orig 1950s RB 3D Stereo Slide GREEN APPLIANCES & PINK WALLS IN A 50’s KITCHEN

Orig 1950s RB 3D Stereo Slide VIEW OF PEOPLE LOOKING @ 50’s KITCHEN APPLIANCES both images from seller alabus

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4 Responses to Vintage Snappy Saturday – The Appliance Display of Your Dreams

  1. Jacki Reply

    January 21, 2017 at 10:10 am

    So now I have Kitchen Envy! The second kitchen would be my dream kitchen with the GE wall fridges. I’m guessing that since there is a different stove set up in each photo that there are 2 kitchens here. Being they are both blue it’s more than likely. Maybe this was some kind of Home Show of it’s day?

  2. Lyn Dono Reply

    January 21, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    Fun pictures. The first one has pink plants in what looks like styrofoam coffee cups. Is that a glimpse of the future? Thanks for posting these Snappy pics!

  3. dkzody Reply

    January 22, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    these two pictures are just all kinds of wonderful. Wish we could go back in time and buy kitchens like this.

  4. Cathy C. Reply

    January 22, 2017 at 1:13 pm

    When I was younger I remember our power company used to have displays something like this set up in their huge office building. I think my mom even bought a stove from one of their displays. I think it was a Hot Point with the built in deep well. Thanks for sparking a memory.

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