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August 15, 2013

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Thrilled you found that. I had one as a child and dreamed of having a window of my own some day looking out at a wishing well. It disappeared somewhere in my young adult years, but I recently obtained one on eBay that is in pretty nice shape. Have enjoyed remembering the pleasure I had all those years ago.

I had the same kitchen, a Christmas present when I was 8 years old. I played with that so much. My Mom hauled it out of the attic when I was about 28 and said I had to take it off her hands. I was not married and figured I would never have kids, so I let my nieces play with it. Then I gave it to them and they destroyed it; lost all the accessories. My sister finally threw it out. Fast forward several years ... I got married, had a beautiful daughter. When she was old enough to play with Barbie dolls, I kicked myself that I hadn't kept that vintage tin kitchen for her. We had to buy an expensive, yet cheaply-made plastic Barbie kitchen. Hated that since it kept coming apart as she played with it. I have been looking for a Marx vintage tin kitchen ever since.

I have the same kitchen set that Santa brought me when I was a little girl, some 60+ years ago! Mine is missing a few of the small pieces but is in good condition considering its age. I was thrilled to find your web page! Mine brings back lots of good memories!!


So cute!!! I love it but I'm glad I didn't have to put it together. Especially with half the instructions missing. (Who am I kidding? I never read instructions - Ha)

This may be the only one in existence with all the little bits and pieces.

That is so cute! I am drooling :)

Oh, I want to cry looking at it...it is so dang cute! I still love playing around with my dollhouses and my girls Barbie kitchenette, but they aren't vintage. I keep thinking I might do a retro/vintage flip on the kitchenette. :)

Oh, my!!! I think my heart has stopped. I so want to have one of those. Lucky, lucky, you!

So adorable!! I'm jealous, it looks like you had so much fun putting it together. I swear that looks exactly like my Grandma's real kitchen.
Let me know when the turkey is done. I'll be right over!:)

So Sweet! I love it!

Oh my goodness, I love it!

xo
Claudia

I wanna come play kitchen with you...oh so much fun! Susan that is the cutest thing ever! Awesomely fantastic! I love those huge ice trays and that turkey, wow everything is just so darn cute. That is an awesome find. You know that is right up my alley. :)

So happy all the pieces were there..crazy what people store away.

It's absolutely amazing. What a find!

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