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vintage enamelware canister, French lettering, white with blue stripes, made in Belgium
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This style of enamelware tins is one of my favorites! The wide blue stripe and lettering contrasts nicely against the white enamel and the gold pin stripes is still shiny in some spots while in others it's faded to silver grey. I especially love the two extruded bands that run aright under the blue stripes.

This farine (flour) tin is in pretty good shape with the color still beautifully vibrant but there are a few large chips that have developed rust (see last photo for detail shots).

There is also some chipping on top of the knob and along the inside rim of the lid, which is probably not original but fits perfectly and looks great! (the original lid would likely have had a blue band to match the body, plus the top of the knob is a chipped black color).

Size: almost 7" tall x 4.375" diameter
Faded mark on the bottom with "Extra Dur St Servais, Belgique" (extra hard, made in St. Servais, Belgium)

Would look great in a cottage kitchen but also works great as a storage container on your desk or in the bathroom. Perfect gift for a Francophile!

***SHIPPING NOTE: on my larger items such as this one, I will refund the shipping cost difference if I've over-estimated it by more than $2. If you're interested in additional items, please convo me your zip code and I'll be happy to calculate exact shipping costs.

vintage enamelware canister, French lettering, white with blue stripes, made in Belgium

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: enamelware, metal
  • Feedback: 476 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Oregon, United States.
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