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These six blue and white vintage tin canisters will add authentic French country style to your kitchen. They are from the mid-1900s, and still functional to this day.

The French words make them extra charming.
* riz means rice (There are two canisters marked with this.)
* farine is flour
* sucre is sugar (The lettering on the sucre canister is almst erased.)
* farine is flour
* café is coffee
* pâtes is pasta

There is a handwritten paper label taped to one of the riz canisters, saying "allumettes," which means matchsticks. This particular canister is rusty insie, but all of the others have interiors in fair condition.

Each canister is 5.5 inches or 14 cm high, 4.7 inchs or 12 cm long, and 3.7 inches or 9.5 cm wide.

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RESERVED Vintage French tin kitchen canisters


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: metal
  • Ships worldwide from France
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