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Vintage Yellow Enamel Stock Pot Pan Japan White Yellow Black Enamelware

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The Find:
Hello, yellow! So sunny, so happy! This yellow metal pan is has a coating of durable enamel, with a bright yellow exterior and white interior. There are black accents on the rim and handles.

The Condition:
Appropriate to its age, this pan shows a bit of wear. There is a chip in the enamel towards the bottom edge of the pan, but it doesn't compromise the water-tightness of the pan. A few utensil scratches on the inside area.

The Size:
8" in diameter. 3.5" tall.

The Small Print:
Ships domestically via USPS Priority Mail or First Class Mail in protective packaging.

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Vintage Yellow Enamel Stock Pot Pan Japan White Yellow Black Enamelware


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: enamel, iron, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 252 reviews
  • Favorited by: 41 people