Is It Rare? Am I Rich?

Nope. You aren’t rich–at least not from finding a piece of DescoWare. What you do have is an amazing high quality piece of cookware.

Some pieces do auction for a few hundred dollars. The highest result that I ever saw was about $250. As with any collectible, there are rules for higher values.

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6 Responses to Is It Rare? Am I Rich?

  1. Dalton Ellis says:

    I have a small piece which belonged to my mother-in-law which is a little confusing. It ia a small yellow pot about 3 1/4″ in diameter and 2″ high. It has two small pouring spouts at right angles to the handle. I can only guess that it might be for melting butter, but really don’t know. If I can, I’ll post a picture on your site.

  2. Beacheagles says:

    Have a huge dutch oven…… 18 inches wide approx. flame….. Had never seen one before. Is this rare?

  3. Rebecca says:

    Well, I have one too, it was my mother-in-law’s, among other Descoware pieces. I am so glad I salvaged it from her estate sale! Check out E-Bay…it’s not exactly rare nor very, very valuable, but hang onto it, it is a fantastic piece of cookware! Use it with pride, and when your cooking days are over, check the value then 🙂 It’s every bit as high quality as many newer pieces for hundreds of dollars sold in cooking stores now. I love mine, as you can tell.

  4. Rebecca says:

    Yup, I have the same thing. Cute, huh? The fanciest butter melting gadget before microwaves were ever thought of. Not worth a lot at my last peek at E-Bay, but you never know. Being indistructable should account for something, doncha think? Enjoy!

  5. Vikki Bandy says:

    I have a kitschy yellow caserole with farm/food in black and red i very good condition . Can you tell me what I might expect to sell it for? I understand it a more rare piece.

  6. greg says:

    I have a oval yellow pan that i had picked up at a yard sale ,this has pits at the bottom of the pan ,some are 1/4 inch long to the metal . Is it safe to cook or eat out of it. thanks ,Greg

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