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sleek & functional gravy boats

December 19

Gravy will undoubtedly be served with many a Christmas meal next week. Here are a few then and now options of sleek gravy boats that are equally beautiful and functional at a few price points. A gravy boat is something I’ve never had but always wanted, for not only serving gravy (which I rarely do) but also for other savoury or sweet sauces or syrups.

Thrifty: vintage stainless steel gravy boat, marked AS Stainless 18-8 Sweden | $1.99 | Salvation Army – Bracebridge ON, paired with a perfectly sized vintage two-handle stainless steel tray, marked Gense Stainless 18-8 Sweden | $2.99 US | Goodwill – Medina OH. Given my bent for mid century modern design, I was thrilled to find these pieces. I plan to rejuvenate the wooden handle of the boat with a bit of teak oil.

vintage gravy boat

vintage gravy boat & tray

Affordable: stainless steel thermal gravy boat by Kuraidori | $19.99 – Home Hardware. Stylishly sleek and practically insulated.

gravy boat - kuraidori - home hardware

Splurge: Nambe gravy boat | $125 | A unique design with reversed, elongated handle and organic shape.

nambe gravy boat

3 Comments leave one →
  1. December 21 8:42 am

    Wow what 2 wonderful finds. I bet the gravy tastes even better when poured from a classic piece of MCM!

    • December 21 10:05 am

      I think you’re right!

      I hope you have a fabulous holiday season, Modmissy. Looking forward to connecting in 2013.

      • December 22 8:30 am

        Looking forward to spending more time together at blogging functions! See you in 2013. Health and Happiness.

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