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This is a lovely 2 handled circular French enamel cooking dish has 2 handles and a lovely unusual floral design of blue and red roses amongst leaves and foliage.

This dish has a pure white interior and a chocolate brown rim. The main body of the dish is a honey mustard color. It states on the bottom that it is 14cm (5.5 inches) and it has a makers mark.

The diameter across the top is 17cm (6.8 inches). It is 4.5cm deep (1.7 inches) and the pretty floral motif is 7.5 cm wide (3 inches).

Its in very good condition with no enamel loss. There is one very small rust spot on the inside but this dish could certainly be used for cooking.

This would be a really lovely addition to your French country kitchen or vintage enamel collection. It would be an authentic French feature in a cottage or shabby chic home decor scheme

I am happy to combine shipping on multiple items. Please convo me for a price.

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vintage French enamel cooking dish

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: metal, enamel
  • Ships worldwide from France
  • Favorited by: 8 people