A set of three kitchen canisters in blue and white marble finish enamel and contents script in 1950's stencil style. The canisters have lids, and when not filled will fit inside each other Russian doll fashion.
The canisters are labelled in French for sugar, flour and coffee.
There is some fading and spots of wear on these items, they have had a long and happy life in a French farmhouse kitchen. The insides are clean and useable, however.
Sizes of canisters approx Sucre 14cm diameter, 20cm high, Farine 13cm diameter, 19cm high, Cafe 12cm diameter, 18cm high.
We post out parcels from Metropolitan France. Please allow plenty of transit time, as European post is notoriously slow!
I ship to Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal and Spain.
*The customer is responsible for any import duties and taxes incurred for an item. If you refuse delivery of an item due to customs costs, please be aware that your parcel's postage costs will be forfeit, although we are happy to refund the item purchase price upon return.
**Please also note that deliveries within France are usually made to a Pont Relais collection point, there are usually a number of these located in shops and supermarkets in each town, and you will be given the opportunity to specify which one you prefer if this service is available for your location. Otherwise I will select the shop with the longest opening hours within your area. Deliveries to other European destinations are generally to your doorstep.
If your destination is not included on our shipping list please feel free to contact me for a shipping quote. We apologise that due to tax complications we are no longer able to ship to UK.
Our items are carefully selected antique and vintage pieces from France and they show the character and charm of years of use. We do not sell new or reproduction items so you can expect to find signs of the age and life that the piece has led. We believe this history adds to the story of an item. Obvious damage and faults will always be mentioned in our descriptions but minor age-related condition issues are not considered a detriment.