Anyway, here's my latest set, scored at an antique show last weekend. All made of lithographed tin in the late 1940s - early 1950s, the stove is by Marx while the fridge and sink are by Wolverine. For scale, the stove measures 12 1/2 inches high.
The fridge features great lithography on the inside door, revealing well-stocked shelves, and houses some unique pressed tin food items:
The stove has an opening oven door with a bright red rack inside:
And the sink actually works: a reservoir on the back can be filled with water, which then pours out through the tap!