Hand Painted Red Toleware Canisters w/ Fruit Motif, Signed L. Furman, Amy Lord - Set of 2

Signed Hand Painted Red Toleware Canisters w/ Fruit Motif, L. Furman, Amy Lord - Set of 2

Sale price $62.50 Regular price $79.95


Description:  Add a splash of color to your kitchen with this pair of artist signed red tin toleware canisters.  This lovely set features hand-painted fruit with added elegance and flair with the gold and green leaf motifs. Although the matching pair is being sold as a set, they are signed by two separate artists.  The 7 1/2" tall canister signed Amy Lord is polychromed in purple-blue grapes with a blend of light blue and a gold leaf embellishment around the top.  The larger, unique-shape canister signed L. Furman is polychromed in orange fruit with gold embellishment.  All of this beautiful art is painted on a deep, rich, red surface which will add unique, vintage sophistication and color to your kitchen or restaurant. 

Small:  7 1/2" tall (including lid), 4 5/8" diameter (bottom)  
Large: 8" tall (including lid), 9 3/4" diameter (bottom including lip)

Product Weight:  10.7 ounces (small), 1.08 pounds (large)

Markings/Signatures:  L Furman (orange motif), Amy Lord (grape motif)

Condition:  Previously owned, used.  Light surface scratches, small paint chips are noticeable in areas.  

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