1940’s Granite Ware Single Egg Poacher Black & White Enamel - image 1 of 7

A great little granite ware egg poacher made to prepare a single egg, poached or boiled. Black with white speckled enamel. Three pieces – under pan for water, egg holder, and lid. Lower pieces have handles and egg holder is vented for the steam from lower pan. Lid is notched for handles.

Dates to the 1940’s. Made in US. Maker unknown. Difficult to find these single egg poachers with all pieces and in great condition.

Lower pan body is 4-1/4" across and sits 2" high. Egg holder is 3-3/4" across and 1-1/4" deep. Lid is 3-1/2+" across.

Condition is excellent. I can feel some small rough spots to the enamel here and there but no notable chips or cracks.

To poach an egg just add water to the base under-pan, drop a dab of butter in vented cook pan, break in egg and cover to cook. To boil an egg - water to under-pan, set the egg in steamer pan and cover to cook.

Granite Ware is the original and all-natural cookware that has been part of American kitchens for nearly 150 years. The enameled metal ware was produced in the mid-western and eastern United States from the 1870s until the end of World War II and patented in 1848. Graniteware was also known as agateware, enameled ware, and speckle ware.

ITEM ID
K346
COLOR
Black, White
PURPOSE
Cookware, Kitchen
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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1940’s Granite Ware Single Egg Poacher Black & White Enamel

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