Black speckled - one Quart, Granite dipper, very good condition,with a hole to hang which was common , not having much cupboard space
The first two big US companies making enamel homewares were founded by migrants from Europe in the 1860s .....there mottled enamel was Agateware typically blue- Frederick and William Niedringhaus Build up the St. Louis stamping company in Missouri, then moved graniteware production to Granite city Illinois
Enamelware was the first mass produced American kitchenware, production began in the 1870s and continue through the 1930s
Measurements 12.5” x 6” x 3”
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