|Sweet P's Vintage on Etsy has this juice reamer by Lustro-ware $9.95|
|Laura's Last Ditch has great photos of Lustroware utensil tray!|
|This Lustro-ware utensil tray is from LaurasLastDitch, go there to see it!|
|Etsy shop RetroRejuvenation offers these great finds!|
Also in 1968 Japan acquired licenses to sell Lustroware products, under Waterdale International of Osaka. By the 90's Rubbermaid Newell had acquired the Lustro-ware name. As for the vintage, I've seen napkin holders sell for $40 and up, complete spice racks into the $250 range, and recipe boxes upwards of $25 depending on rarity. Reamers, scoops and utensil holders were plentiful and most can be acquired from $10-$15 still.
|Simply lovely picnic set at Cashmere Jelly Bean, $18|
There are many original Lustro-ware collectors out there, and a lot of people collecting melamine or melmac kitschy items also enjoy Lustro-ware. What is really strange are the oddities that pop up by Lustro-ware that one would not have known existed. Here are a few examples:
|Vintage 45's Record case for sale at The Rad Pad....proving Lustroware ain't just for kitchens baby!|
|Strange corner shelves are Lustroware! For sale at ToHellinAHandbag|
|Pretty little clothesline, at Vera Viola|
|Lustro-ware's craft products called Lacecraft, rare booklet available at IsMoyo's Vintage Playground.|
Collecting Lustroware can be run, endless, and colorful! Here are some great Etsy Lustroware finds, check 'em out!