Midcentury Modern Blue Enamelware Dinnerware Set 22 Pieces$165.00

  • Midcentury Modern Blue Enamelware Dinnerware Set 22 Pieces
  • Midcentury Modern Blue Enamelware Dinnerware Set 22 Pieces
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Midcentury Modern Blue Enamelware Dinnerware Set 22 Pieces

Vintage midcentury 22 piece blue enamelware dish set with red wicker serving accents. This large set includes 6 regular sized enamelware bowls, 2 very large serving enamelware bowls, 6 enamelware mugs, 1 wicker caddy / tray for the mugs, 6 divided large enamelware plates, and 1 wicker holder for the plates. The enamel ware pieces are a beautiful and bold deep blue color with black rims. The set comes with a bright red wicker caddy / tray for the mugs with 6 holding spots to hold your cups in perfect position as you serve them! There is also a bright red wicker holder for the dinner plates.

Condition:
This set is in overall great condition with light utensil marks and only a few small patina spots and missing enamel. It is rare to find such a large original (not reproduction) set ! Perfect for a kitschy kitchen or a camping trip!

About Enamelware:
Enamelware was the first mass-produced American kitchenware. Production began in the 1870s, and continued through the 1930s. Items such as pots, kettles baking tins, and ladles were stamped from thin sheets of iron, steel, or aluminum, then coated with enamel, which was fused to the metal in a very hot oven. Enamelware became popular largely in part because it is much lighter than the average kitchenware, easier to clean and less fragile than china. Enamelware usually came in blue, red, purple, brown, green, pink, gray and white. White was the most common.

Measurements:
small bowls (x6) - 1. 75" height x 6. 5" width
large bowls (x2) - 3. 25" height x 11. 75" width
mugs (x6) - 3" height x 4. 5" width (including handle) / 3. 5" width (not including handle)
mug tray (x1) - 11. 25" x 8" x 1"
plates (x6) - 11. 75" diameter
plate holder (x1) - 12. 75" diameter

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Los Angeles, CA.

Vintage midcentury 22 piece blue enamelware dish set with red wicker serving accents. This large set includes 6 regular sized enamelware bowls, 2 very large serving enamelware bowls, 6 enamelware mugs, 1 wicker caddy / tray for the mugs, 6 divided large enamelware plates, and 1 wicker holder for the plates. The enamel ware pieces are a beautiful and bold deep blue color with black rims. The set comes with a bright red wicker caddy / tray for the mugs with 6 holding spots to hold your cups in perfect position as you serve them! There is also a bright red wicker holder for the dinner plates.

Condition:
This set is in overall great condition with light utensil marks and only a few small patina spots and missing enamel. It is rare to find such a large original (not reproduction) set ! Perfect for a kitschy kitchen or a camping trip!

About Enamelware:
Enamelware was the first mass-produced American kitchenware. Production began in the 1870s, and continued through the 1930s. Items such as pots, kettles baking tins, and ladles were stamped from thin sheets of iron, steel, or aluminum, then coated with enamel, which was fused to the metal in a very hot oven. Enamelware became popular largely in part because it is much lighter than the average kitchenware, easier to clean and less fragile than china. Enamelware usually came in blue, red, purple, brown, green, pink, gray and white. White was the most common.

Measurements:
small bowls (x6) - 1. 75" height x 6. 5" width
large bowls (x2) - 3. 25" height x 11. 75" width
mugs (x6) - 3" height x 4. 5" width (including handle) / 3. 5" width (not including handle)
mug tray (x1) - 11. 25" x 8" x 1"
plates (x6) - 11. 75" diameter
plate holder (x1) - 12. 75" diameter

Vintage midcentury 22 piece blue enamelware dish set with red wicker serving accents. This large set includes 6 regular sized enamelware bowls, 2 very large serving enamelware bowls, 6 enamelware mugs, 1 wicker caddy / tray for the mugs, 6 divided large enamelware plates, and 1 wicker holder for the plates. The enamel ware pieces are a beautiful and bold deep blue color with black rims. The set comes with a bright red wicker caddy / tray for the mugs with 6 holding spots to hold your cups in perfect position as you serve them! There is also a bright red wicker holder for the dinner plates.

Condition:
This set is in overall great condition with light utensil marks and only a few small patina spots and missing enamel. It is rare to find such a large original (not reproduction) set ! Perfect for a kitschy kitchen or a camping trip!

About Enamelware:
Enamelware was the first mass-produced American kitchenware. Production began in the 1870s, and continued through the 1930s. Items such as pots, kettles baking tins, and ladles were stamped from thin sheets of iron, steel, or aluminum, then coated with enamel, which was fused to the metal in a very hot oven. Enamelware became popular largely in part because it is much lighter than the average kitchenware, easier to clean and less fragile than china. Enamelware usually came in blue, red, purple, brown, green, pink, gray and white. White was the most common.

Measurements:
small bowls (x6) - 1. 75" height x 6. 5" width
large bowls (x2) - 3. 25" height x 11. 75" width
mugs (x6) - 3" height x 4. 5" width (including handle) / 3. 5" width (not including handle)
mug tray (x1) - 11. 25" x 8" x 1"
plates (x6) - 11. 75" diameter
plate holder (x1) - 12. 75" diameter

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Los Angeles, CA.

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