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Yep. These have been around! Used in the old farmhouse kitchen up on Houghton Lake. The kitchen was yellow along with everything in it, except for this set of canisters. Given as a wedding gift in 1952, the bride grew attached to them, and even though her husband changed the decorating scheme numerous times in the kitchen, she always insisted on keeping and using these until her final days.

Aren't they awesome? We love them! Industrial-type red tins originally made by Decoware. You get a set of three (3) tins, in small, medium, and large sizes. The largest tin is in the best shape (clean and only minimal paint loss), used only to store cookies. The other two have been well worn, with patina (also known as rust) evident along with bits of missing paint, and wear. Large tin is 6 1/2" tall, medium is 5 1/2", small is 4 1/2"

The bright red graphics will make you swoon. Great for any barn house kitchen or laundry area.

Questions? Just convo anytime. . .

Vintage Farmhouse Kitchen Canisters - Industrial, Patina, and Barn Red Primitive

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