With it's cascading white flowers against a rich Prussian Blue background, this enamel piece captures all the charm of a French country kitchen. It dates from 1930-1940 and comes from the south of France.
French ladies delighted in these individual designs that so reflect the kitchen decor of long ago. Bright colors, beautiful patterns, and brilliant enamel hues were used for all types of kitchen pots and pans.
This casserole has hand painted lily of the valley flowers cascading from their green stems. It has a matching lid and two side handles. It is a nice size, measuring 6" tall,4 1/4 deep (inside), 8" circumference (top of bowl) and 12" handle to handle. It survives in very good condition with normal wear to the enamel as is expected with age.