Tole Painted Double Handled Deep Skillet Pan - Birds and Fruit

Tole Painted Double Handled Deep Skillet Pan - Birds and Fruit

Sale price $89.95 Regular price $135.00


Product Description:  This classy, deep tole skillet pan is a bit different.  Most of the toleware we see are flat trays, although measuring 3 3/4" high, this deep pan offers a slightly different appearance.  On the inside base, it features lovely painted birds sitting on a bed of fruit with green leaves with embellished gold tips.  All of this, is beautifully painted on a black, non-gloss surface.  The exterior offers a black, semi-gloss appearance with two riveted handles.  Crazing, crackling appearance covers most of the interior surface of this pan which adds to the character of this collectible.  A fine example of a sophisticated painted piece of toleware which displays beautifully.

Circa:  20th century

Dimensions:  18 1/2" length x 15 5/8" width x 3 3/4" height

Original or Reproduction:  Reproduction

Product Weight:  4 pounds 11 ounces

Markings:  No visible markings

Color:  gold, yellow, orange, blue red, green, black

Condition: Previously owned - used.  Minor nicks, scratches with minimal rust forming.  Surface crazing may not be natural but possibly made to provide an antique appearance.  Minor surface wear and scratches.  Minimal rusting on handle.  

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