Kitchen Items Worth More Than You Think
Consider it the Food Network effect: As cooking shows whip couch potatoes into gourmands, the gadgets in your cabinets have gotten more valuable than ever.
By Candace Braun Davison
Original Content | May 08, 2013
Michael Graves for Target Kitchen Gadgets
From 1999 to 2012, designer Michael Graves crafted functional-meets-modern kitchenware for the company and attracted a cult following in the process. Almost any item can be sold for a profit, says Griffith, but the white Pop Art Toaster—in great condition—is worth about $200, roughly eight times what it originally sold for.
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