Home from your Black Friday shopping -- with a few things still unbought? We've got good news. Christa and Jim Kent's kitchen consignment boutique Kitchen Switchin' opens Monday November 29th.
Nothing in a package compares to homemade pasta. Pasta maker with attachments tagged for $29.99. Get ready to roll.
Vintage or a modern pro? Take your pick, Kitchen Aid Professional 5, tagged for $129.00 or Mixwell vintage tagged for $59.99.
The cast iron tempura pot comes with its original packaging. Not just for the Japanophile! Tagged for $69.99.
Jealous that your sibling inherited grandma's cast iron? Look at this wall of wonderment, pot with lids and skillets galore. Tempting! Prices start at $10.00.
The bottom reads: Made in Italy, J. Peterman. Yes, from the original J. Peterman company, not the Seinfeld show!
Unique for the cued crowd, a set of billiard glasses on a serving tray shaped like a rack. Pool-billiards-snooker, whatever you play, this set has your number. Tagged for $24.99.
The Bugatti espresso maker looks good, as an Italian import should. 15 bar pump, steam wand, temperature gauge, brass fittings and the color-red! Tagged at $599, half the price of new. We would be happy just to look at it every morning!
No cool dark basements in Arizona, why we like a wine cooler. Prices range fro $79.99 to $359.99.
Practical yet unusual? Gotta love these bowls by Nigella.
Kitchen Switchin' a consignment boutique
7118 N 7th Street
Holiday store hours: M-Sat, 10am-5pm
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