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Most people look forward to the weekend but the Walter Winters waited impatiently for each Wednesday. Every Wednesday evening the smell of maple syrup wafted through the Winter's home as a select group of friends and family gathered for a weekly tradition, "Waffle Wednesday". Yes an entire day set aside to enjoy golden-brown goodness smothered in butter, syrup, strawberries, blueberries or whatever else one of the "Waffle Wednesday" patrons would bring to garnish the geometric pastry delights. Walter's wife Winnie, would set out a fabulous table for her waffle-loving guests. The table included a beautiful copper-trimmed set of glass carafes replete with a rack that held two small votive candles enabling the syrup to remain at the perfect tepid temperature.

That was back in 1962 and Walter was certain that in a few years, the entire nation would adopt the "Waffle Wednesday" tradition. But alas, people just did not have the patience to wait for the waffle iron light to turn off. The barbarians decided that store-bought frozen waffles were more convenient and so the art of the homemade waffle went the path of stove-top popcorn.

Here's your chance to rekindle Walter Winter's dream of "Waffle Wednesday" all across the land by enjoying delicious homemade waffles with warm syrup served from this pair of Inland Glass copper-trimmed glass serving carafes. This wonderful set brings a bit of elegance to the breakfast (or dinner) table and comes complete with the original box. The two carafes have black plastic handles and are approx. 4.5" high and 3.5" in dia. at the base. When on the stand the carafes are approx. 7" high. The copper rack includes two cups for holding votive candles used to keep your syrup or beverage warm. We think these are from the late 50's to early 60's. Use for syrup, gravy or beverages.

This serving set is in excellent vintage condition--They don't look like they've ever been used. used. The glass is free of cracks and or chips. The copper trim is practically scratch-free, bright and shiny.

Vintage Syrup Carafe Set - Copper Trimmed Glass - "Take Waffles & Pancakes to the Next Level"