Vintage kitchen gadgets are as beautifully designed as they are practical to use, making them perfect for display. This Canadian made nut chopper is in excellent condition and is ready to give a quick chop anytime you need it.
Made in the late 1960's or early 1970's by Androck of Canada, a division of the American Androck company known for their tin kitchen accessories like flower sifters, in association with Dominion Glass, a Canadian glass manufacturer since 1913.
Local customers can pick up their order in store Thursday through Sunday from 12 - 5pm at 1884 Danforth Avenue. Use coupon code LocalPickup at last page of checkout to remove shipping cost.
All Canadian and USA orders ship in sturdy packaging through Canada Post's regular service.
Overseas orders 1lb or 12" or under will automatically ship via Air Mail at 7 - 10 business days. Orders over these dimensions will ship via SEA MAIL which takes 6 - 12 weeks with orders usually arriving within 7 weeks. This method is slow but very economical and reliable despite the slow pace.
Overseas orders over 1lb or 12" can be upgraded to Air Mail service but this can be up to double the shipping cost. For most accurate rate, contact us.
Our policy is to refund any overcharge on shipping.
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Request a cancellation within: 24 hours of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Due to the nature of vintage items being used, we cannot guarantee that any item will be in perfect working condition. Oftentimes vintage items need a bit more creativity to operate than a brand new item and can have unique quirks like a stiff button, or wiggly latch. We do our best to thoroughly test and describe the condition of every item we sell.
Returns will be handled on a case by case basis, and partial refunds will not be given under any circumstances.
Returns must be shipped back at customer's expense and original purchase and shipping will be refunded after a case is opened with Canada Post.