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Let's play house! Made in the 1950s, this toy fridge has wonderful details. It displays beautifully and would be a welcome addition to a vintage-inspired kitchen, toy collection or child's playroom. Add a few magnets and it would be happy to hold notes and the shopping list on your kitchen counter.

This relic is bathed in light green paint, similar to the color of vintage jade-ite dishes. It has two doors that open via black metal levers. Inside you'll find two shelves along with a rotating shelf and a full-color lithographed image on the door of an array of groceries. There is also a metal working drawer marked "Vegetables." The freezer door opens to reveal more lithographed foods.

A variety of this toy's original play food is included. There are 3 paper boxes of vegetables (broccoli spears, green peas, and spinach), 3 metal meat products, 2 wooden beverage bottles, 3 wooden ice cubes, and 5 tiny glass milk bottles.

This toy is marked "Made in U.S.A, Manufactured by Wolverine Supply & Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A." Measuring 16.5 inches high, 9.75 inches wide and 6 inches deep, this play fridge is in very good condition for its age with no dents, some paint loss, pitting, rust, grime and scratches from being played with and well-loved. Please note that the lever on the fridge door can be finicky. It doesn't always latch closed all the way and may need adjusting, but I'll leave that up to you. The freezer door latch works fine.

1950s Wolverine Green Toy Refrigerator Stocked with Play Food and Lithographed Groceries

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: metal, glass, wood, paper
  • Feedback: 768 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Connecticut, United States
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