8 Vintage Kitchen Items That Could Be Worth a Fortune

Even though an old cast iron skillet or pot might not seem like much, they could be worth $100 or more each

Vintage Cast Iron Skillets and Pots

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Le Creuset is a well-known brand that even non-chefs may be familiar with. When it comes to resale value, these pieces are the best of the best.

Vintage Le Creuset

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Waterford Colorcast has another line of enameled cast ironware that can be highly valuable.

Waterford Colorcast

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These vintage juice sets are much harder to find and may be worth something these days since frozen orange juice isn't as popular.

Novelty Juice Sets

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"For uncommon molds, these can cost anywhere from $30 to $50 to several hundred dollars," stated Willow Wright, owner of Urban Redeux.

Pewter Ice Cream Molds

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They come in a variety of shapes, from wafers and cordials to larger molds that create Halloween cats and Easter bunnies

Vintage and Antique Metal Chocolate Molds 

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Since Pyrex is widely used, you'll need to look for valuable Pyrex pieces.

Select Pyrex Items 

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Wright and du Bril advise searching thrift shops, yard sales, and estate sales for these vintage kitchen items.

Amber-Colored Mason Jars 

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