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The nest of 6 stacked enamelware canister nest dates from the 1930s and was made in Belgium for French distribution. The colour of this set is in a classic blue and white marbelized finish with black lettering. The canisters were used to preserve the perishable foodstuffs of the house and the writing on each canister is French.
Each canisters are marked with a W (the trademark)

“pâtes” = pasta
“épices” = spices
“poivre” = pepper
“café” = coffee
“sucre” = sugar
“chicorée” = chicory

Size of the larger canisters with lid on:
Diameter: 11 cm (4.3 inches)
Height: 19 cm (7,4 inches)

Size of the smaller canisters with lid on:
Diameter: 6.5 cm (2.5 inches)
Height: 13 cm (5.1 inches)

Condition: They are in good vintage condition however there are marks, dents and scratches on the exterior, interior and bottom of each canister and the enamel is worn in places, especially on the lids.(see the photos)
There is a yellow mark inside the biggest canister.
The insides are empty and you can use it to preserve your foodstuff.

This nest of canisters would make an attractive gift or would be very nice to decorate your kitchen. It is a very beautiful French souvenir.

If you liked french canisters here other one : https://www.etsy.com/listing/113658560/vintage-canister-set-french-canisters

ATTENTION : this canister set is very heavy it will be sent with DHL Priority airmail .This service INCLUDE insurance , tracking number .

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Vintage Enamelware Canister Nest French canister enamelware Complete set


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: enamel metal
  • Ships worldwide from France
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