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Tupperware lunch set

This Tupperware lunch set is just too cool! Two 6" x 6" square “boxes” (the bottom one is 4-1/4" tall and the top one is 2-1/4" tall) stack together and are held in place by a detachable carrying handle that snaps securely around the containers’ handles. The top container is the perfect size for a sandwich, and the bottom one is large enough to hold a whole bunch of other things, including two coordinating round lidded containers. The 4-1/4" diameter x 1-1/4" tall one is perfect for cut fruit or applesauce, and the 2-1/4" tall one with diameters of 2" at its top and 1-1/4" at its bottom is great for mustard, catsup, or a dipping sauce. All pieces are marked “Tupperware.” Very lightly used condition, with only some minor interior scratching to the boxes. The soft pink colors are perfect for a girl’s school lunch box, but if you don’t have a daughter, no problem. I mean, why take your lunch to work in a ratty old brown bag when you can be the envy of all your coworkers with this beautiful and practical lunch set? (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Tupperware 3-pc shredder/grater bowl

If you’ve never had one of these Tupperware bowls with the multipurpose shredder/grater top, you have no idea what you’re missing! Of course you have to remember that before Tupperware introduced this marvelous contraption in the late 60’s, we were stuck with the old-fashioned tall rectangular metal graters that not only sent grated food flying all over the place, but also inevitably bloodied our fingers and knuckles! The Tupperware folks solved both problems brilliantly and we were immensely grateful! Now we could shred our cabbage or lettuce directly into the bowl with no flying food because the shredder top locked securely in place. And even though the shredder edges were sharp enough to handle food with ease, they weren’t sharp enough to cut fingers. Yea!! Plus, once the shredding job was finished, all we had to do was add our salad or cole slaw dressing, substitute the pull-tab lid for the shredder, and voila! A refrigerator storage bowl that could later be taken to a picnic or family dinner. What more could you ask for? Well, how about a cheese grater and slicer, too? No problem. Just flip the top over, lock it in place, and grate or slice to your heart’s content! Why the Tupperware folks don’t make these superb sets any more is a complete mystery to me. Mine is still going strong after 40+ years and I couldn’t live without it, so you can’t have it! But we were tickled to discover this one at an estate sale and you’ll certainly be glad you stopped by the Trading Post and can now have one for yourself. No kidding, you’re gonna love it! The bowl stands 2-3/4" tall and is 9" in diameter, measuring 11-2/3" across at its two large easy-grip handles. Flip-over shredder/grater top locks securely in place, and pull-tab lid seals tightly. All 3 pieces are in pristine condition and look like they’ve never been used. All pieces marked “Tupperware.” (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $18.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Vintage Tupperware Crisp-It

Here’s another great Tupperware piece from the late 60’s. This one, called a Crisp-It, is a lettuce keeper, and I can assure you from long personal experience with my own Crisp-It that a head of lettuce stays fresh in the refrigerator without browning much longer in one of these than it does when you merely store it in your crisper bin. That’s because of this bowl’s removable 4"-diameter bottom tray that holds the lettuce head stationary on a long spike and away from moisture underneath via drain holes and 3 little knob feet. Bowl stands 5" tall with diameters of 7" at its top and 3-3/4" at its bottom. The pull-tab lid fits tightly and has a domed portion in its center that depresses when you seal the lid, removing excess air. Bowl and lid are both marked “Tupperware,” but the removable insert is unmarked. Gently used condition with water staining in the interior bottom, but still fully functional. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $9.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Tupperware Wondelier bowls

Well, you can’t get much more retro than this! Here are two of the original nesting Tupperware Wonderlier bowls straight out of the 60’s. The large green bowl is 4" tall with diameters of 9" top and 4" bottom. The smaller yellow bowl is 3-1/2" tall with diameters of 7-1/4" top and 2-3/4" bottom. Both come with their pull-tab lids that fit tightly and securely. All 4 pieces are marked “Tupperware.” Gently used condition with some interior scuffing. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 set available

 

Large Tupperware bowl with dome lid

Here’s a large 4-quart Tupperware storage bowl with domed lid. Bowl is 4-1/2" tall with diameters of 10" at the rim and 6-1/2" at the bottom. Lid fits securely and brings the total height to 6". Perfect size for large salads, etc. Both pieces are marked “Tupperware.” Lightly used condition with the utensil scratches found in all these vintage Tupperware pieces, but still attractive and fully functional. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Tupperware 1-qt juice pitcher

This is a 1-qt Tupperware juice container in the bright orange color so popular during the 70’s. It stands 6-1/2" tall with diameters of 4-1/2" top and 3-1/2" bottom. Its pull-tab lid seals tightly and has a pour spout with flip-up cap that also seals tightly. Both pieces marked “Tupperware.” Gently used condition with some minor exterior scuffing. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $8.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 available

 

Pair of Modular Mates containers with red lids

This is a “set” of two Tupperware Modular Mate storage containers with red lids. The oval container is 7" x 3-3/4" x 4-1/2" tall and holds 4-3/4 cups. The smaller round container is 2-1/4" tall x 3-1/2" in diameter and holds 7 fl oz. Both red lids seal easily and securely and we’re throwing in two extra round lids as a bonus! All pieces are marked “Tupperware” and are in great vintage condition with only light surface scratching. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h

 

  only 1 set available

 

Tupperware 12" Pie Taker w/ Lacquer Blue lid

I’m one of those people who has always believed you can never have too much Tupperware, but what was I thinking when I bought four of these 12" Pie Takers about 15 years ago?? Like Flip Wilson used to say, I guess “the devil made me do it,” because all four of them are still in their original unopened, albeit very dusty, bags! As you can see from the photos of the one I released from captivity, it’s in pristine brand new condition. The clear plastic container stands 2-3/4" tall and the deep blue lid has a large tab opener on one side. Of course it seals quickly, easily, and tightly since it’s new! Both pieces are marked “Tupperware.” Nowadays the Tupperware folks sell these things (different color combination) for $19.00, call them 12" Round Containers, and say they hold a 10" pie or a dozen cupcakes. I’ll take their word for it! So here’s your chance to get a bargain. As stated, we have four of these Pie Takers and price is for each. And oh yeah, I promise not to ship it/them to you in a dusty old bag! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 each + s/h

** all 4 sold **

 

Tupperware 32-cup Thatsa Bowl with Lacquer Blue lid

Here’s another Tupperware container I bought at the same time and also never used. It’s a 32-cup capacity white plastic Thatsa Bowl with Lacquer Blue lid. It was the largest Tupperware bowl sold at the time, and I was hoping to replace my huge ancient clear plastic Tupperware container that I always use to make “Washtub Salad” – don’t even ask – for Ol’ Swaphos in the summer. But this one isn’t as large, so I’m still nursing the old one along, even though getting, and keeping, its lid tightly sealed is becoming more difficult every year. (I just discovered that the Tupperware folks now sell a 42-cup bowl, so of course I ordered it immediately. If it, too, isn’t as large as my trusty “washtub,” watch for it to be listed here within the next few weeks!) Anyhow, back to this bowl. Of course it’s in pristine brand-new condition, and undoubtedly big enough for anyone except me! Its rim is 12" in diameter, it measures 14-1/4" across at its handle, and it stands 6" tall. The deep blue lid is just like the ones for the Pie Takers listed above, with a large tab opener on one side. This one also seals quickly, easily, and tightly. Both pieces are marked “Tupperware.” The Tupperware folks still sell these 32-cup bowls today (different color combination) for $19.00, so again, you’re getting a bargain here. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

Tupperware Snack Set

And finally, ladies and gentlemen, here’s the shiny white Tupperware snack set that completed my infamous buying spree 15 years ago. Need I tell you that it’s still brand spankin’ new in its original sack? Didn’t think so! This set has four parts: a 13-1/2" diameter x 3-1/4" tall divided dish that features six compartments for chips, veggies, fruits, or whatever, plus a center well that holds the removable 4-1/4" diameter x 2-5/8" tall dip or chocolate bowl, complete with classic seal lid. The fourth part is a quite ingenious dome lid that allows you to transport your goodies in safety and then, when you’re ready to serve, flips over to become a base into which the divided dish fits. Pretty cool! The set stands 4" tall when lidded and 4-1/2" tall when using the lid as a base. All pieces are marked “Tupperware.” Nowadays the Tupperware folks sell these sets (different color combination) for $30.00 and call them the “Serving Center Set.” So here’s your third Tupperware bargain, but you’ve got to promise to actually use this neat snack set. It’s tired of living in a plastic bag! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $26.00 + s/h

** SOLD ** (This snack set finally hit the jackpot -- it went to Phoenix for Thanksgiving!)

 

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