Mid-Century Retro Brushed Aluminum Kitchen Canisters, Kromex Set of 4 c. 1950's
Description: A classic set of mid-century aluminum kitchen canisters from the 1950’s. Once popular in retail stores such as Sears and Montgomery Ward, this graduated set of 4 with round, black plastic lids and aluminum knobs are both functional and displays nicely with a retro feel. Each are dimensionally embossed: Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Tea with white lettering on black.
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Circa: Mid-century, 1950’s – 1960’sDimensions:
Overall Height (with lid): 8”, 7”, 6”, 5”
Inside Diameter: 6”, 5 ¼” 4 ½”, 3 ¾”
Product Weight: 2 pounds 2 ounces
Primary Colors: Silver and Black
Primary Material: Brushed Aluminum or Chrome
Maker: Possibly Alcoa Aluminum Company
Markings: On the top of lids: KROMEX, PAT No 170295
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Overall good condition. Light scratches, and blemishes from normal use. Inside is clean with light scratches and/or blemishes. One indentation on the coffee lid (as shown). White lettering is worn on the word Tea. Style of canisters do not fit inside one another for storage purposes.
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