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This is such a classic and beautiful Art Deco milk pail here, made in Germany.
This design is so representqtive from this period of time and it's called "Art Deco Spritzdekor" in german: a spray painting technique, which was very popular at that time in the country.
It's signed, but unfortunately, I could't find the name brand. Of course it's a rare item and a collectible!

It is super quality grey enamel with a geometric pattern in white, plus marine blue ligns. The handle is made of metal and wood.

The condition is good, only few chips on the lid and the wood had been burnt on one side, please check the pictures 3, 4 and 5.

It measures 10,6" (27 cm) high without handle x 4,5" (11,5 cm) wide.

You'd love to store food or drinks for picnics, but surely for decoration, it's fabulous! It would give such a vintage farmhouse charm to you home.

Of course, I protect your item very carefully for a really safe packing and I always use a tracking number when I ship so we can follow the package for more security.
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Rare 1930 Enamel Milk Churn from Germany, Art Deco Style

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: enamel
  • Ships worldwide from Germany
  • Feedback: 34 reviews
  • Favorited by: 60 people