This wonderful, large 1920s primitive antique enamelware colander is one of those antiques that I find so interesting; who used it? What was her life like, and what was her story? Since no answers are forthcoming, we just have to imagine. This colander is a substantial piece, very heavy and well made, and pretty beaten up. Has thick, white enamel with a black rim stripe, and several areas of enamel loss/rust. Would be a fantastic display piece, or an ideal way to store fruit on a countertop!
Unsure of maker.
Has damage; areas of enamel loss and rust. Also has some minor cracking of the enamel. See photos.
5 1/4" tall x 13 1/4" in diameter at the handles.
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