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Posted 6 years ago

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I need help identifying these thet are from Wolverine and cant find these listed anywhere to know anything about them. PLEASE HELP!

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  1. stefdesign stefdesign, 6 years ago
    Wolverine made dozens of different models of little girl's kitchen role-play toys: sinks, stoves, refrigerators, washing machines, kitchen cabinets, ironing boards, etc. They usually had a couple of different sizes at any given time: one that was more or less doll size (not dollhouse size), and another that was child size. It looks like yours are child size. They also reused their patterns and tools, with several different colorways and styles (I just posted 4 Wolverine cabinets myself, this week, showing one smaller model of a cabinet done in two different colors/ styles, you can find it here: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/52139-vintage-wolverine-childs-kitchen-cabine?in=user)

    Yours looks to be 1960s vintage, note the modern styling and the electric burners. I've discovered that these types of girls toys aren't particularly valuable, but I love mine! I also have a smaller pink refrigerator, sink and stove from the mid '50s.

    Yours also look to be in pretty good shape! I don't know if I answered your questions, but I'm always happy to help.
  2. chinablue chinablue, 6 years ago
    I spent many an hour cooking up goodies with a set like this. Even had my blue willow set of kiddy china in the upper part of the cabinet way back then. *L* Thanks for sharing and bringing back some memories. :-)

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