The Metal Ware Corp - Chard Large Ice Maker

The Metal Ware Corp - Chard Large Ice Maker

Vintage Metal Ice Cube Tray by SFMissionFinds on Etsy

Vintage Metal Ice Cube Tray

Metal ice cube trays that you'd lift the handle in the middle to release cubes. God help you if your hands were damp! They'd stick to the tray!

Metal ice cube tray, what a pain..you were sorry if you put your tongue on it!

The Pure Ice Stainless Steel Ice Cube Tray by Seeking Health is a BPA-free metal ice cube tray made from stainless steel. This Stainless Ice Cube Tray is a durable, easy to use and toxin-free stainless steel ice cube tray.

We used this type of ice cube tray for years

Remember wanting a cold drink and finding the tray empty or half frozen? I remember these ice cube trays.

I loved the way the ice cracked when removed from these lever ice cube trays! Back then, no one could have convinced me they'd invent an ice maker.

Metal Ice Cube Trays, I hated these things! You had to pull that handle/lever part to break the ice into the cubes, & that frozen metal would just freeze & burn off the first layer of your skin!

If you were a kid in the 1950s, you remember...metal ice trays.. the ones your brother would dare you to stick your tongue to?????

Metal ice cube trays with the lever. I used to freeze my fingers to the lever.

You can use an ice cube tray for reasons beyond making ice cubes. Here are 18 ideas for your kitchen and beyond.

18 Totally Brilliant Ways to Use an Ice Cube Tray

18 Totally Brilliant Ways to Use an Ice Cube Tray - Red and Honey

It would get so packed with ice that nothing would fit

ice cube trays in the tiny freezer at the top of the refrigerator. I remember the time I was trying to defrost it and ran a screw driver through it! Some kind of liquid spewed out of it.

metal ice cube trays from 50's and 60's.  Ouch - I hated these things.

Metal ice cube trays from and Lethal in so many ways! Do not, and I mean DO NOT touch your tounge to one of these!

 1950's ice cube tray. Pull the handle up and out pops the ice!  Used to fill with Kool aid for instant mini-popsicles

old school ice cube tray.they come out so much easier than the plastic trays

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