Take a look back here, and see the Watkins version as well!
Every good cook has a hang up. Schillling Gourmet Spices. (1970)
A seasoned cook hangs her reputation on Schilling Gourmet Herbs and Spices. What’s more, she flaunts it with row on row of show-off decanter bottles.
Explore the romance of rosemary with lamb, basil with tomato, curry with chicken. Marvel at the mystery of saffron with rice, or cardamom in a cake? Get the idea?
McCormick-Schilling spices: Why can’t they stay put? (1964)
What McCormick-Schilling Gourmet Spices do to and for foods is so intriguing, it’s no wonder they’re always in use!
Sure they’re beautiful, decorative on the spice rack — but they’re practical, too. Find out for yourself. As a start, try 24 of the world’s finest spices. (There are 72 more.)
Get an antiqued finish spice rack! Details in recipe folder at your store’s McCormick-Schilling Gourmet Spice Department.
McCormick in the East / Schilling in the West
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Watkins Gourmet spices & herbs on a vintage wooden spice rack (1961)
Watkins offers all the species and herbs that even the most discriminating cook demands. The uniquely designed containers will grace any kitchen.
The graceful racks, available from your Watkins dealers, are designed to nest as shown, so you can start with one set of 8 and build up your complete assortment.
Gourmet spices from McCormick-Schilling (1961)
Spices and seasonings covering your every need… To match their excellence, one of America’s leading packaging experts created the containers.
Exotic in design, accenting the shapes and colors of their contents, they add an unusual distinctive decorative note to the home spice shelf and to the dining table.
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