Dansk Kobenstyle

Monday, August 17, 2009

Red Dansk, originally uploaded by jenib320.

I have expanded my Dansk Kobenstyle collection by three pieces this week so I thought it was time to take a little inventory and share my collection! I am still in the middle of moving, so this will be mostly photos!

It all started with a little red enamel pot. I picked it up at Goodwill on customer appreciation day for $3.25. I had no idea it was vintage, there was more of it, or that I would fall in love with it. It was cheap, cute, and a handy size. A little Flickr searching and I found out more about this lovely little pot, and the obsession began. My Mom really likes the designs as well and on impluse purchased the large red pot from an antique mall. She ended up deciding she really didn't need it and gave it to me!

Dansk Kobenstyle, originally uploaded by jenib320.

I found this little yellow pot on eBay for $15 with free shipping. It had a lot of black marks on it when it arrived so I had to use quite a bit of Bar Keeper's Friend on it, hence the matte spots. Am hoping to restore some shine somehow!

Kobenstyle Paella Pan!, originally uploaded by jenib320.

My Mom found this piece at the Hospice thrift store in Medina for $5! I know lids are few and far between for this size but I'm on the look-out!

Dansk Kobenstyle Loaf, originally uploaded by jenib320.

Just picked this beauty up this past weekend at the Medina Flea Market for $17. It has never been used and even still has the care instructions taped inside! This may be my favorite piece so far because of it's unique size!

Dansk Kobenstyle Pans!, originally uploaded by jenib320.

Found these on eBay for $.99! They have some wear and nicks but they're still nice looking! I love the sizes and the beautiful blue color!

I cannot wait to find a turquoise pot at a decent price. I love turquoise and the style looks so lovely in that color!

Today I love the..
Smell of: Zucchini Bread
Sound of: Keane's first album
Taste of: Zucchini Bread
Sight of: Blue Dansk
Feel of: Shower after moving

Good Things about Today:
- New Dansk came today!
- My textbooks arrived
- Moved in dresser with no problems
- Sold the last textbook!


  1. I just stumbled across this great post— I adore vintage Kobenstyle as well, and thought I should share this tip: BAKING SODA cleans them up like a dream, and won’t scratch the enamel. It removes even the nastiest baked on grease & leaves the pans looking brand new. I put a little leather strap (leather shoe laces, cut to size, work well) on a handle of each pot and pan and hang them on a wall in my kitchen for a gorgeous display between uses. I hope you’re still collecting & using them!

  2. My husband just asked last night if baking soda might work to clean baked on grease. I love my dansk pans as well! Thank you, Suzanne


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