toleware

Name from the French tôle peinte ('painted tin') for small objects of hand-painted tin-plate such as boxes, trays and coffee mills. The technique originated in France c. 1740. Toleware was mass-produced from the 1760s into the 19thC in Birmingham and elsewhere in Britain.
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toleware

any object of japanned (varnished) tinplate and pewter. The term is derived from the French name for such objects, tôle peinte. The tinplate sheets ...
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Toleware

In the collectibles and antique industry, toleware refers to kitchen-related objects created from metal, typically tin or thin steel, and are usually in the country primitive or Pennsylvania Dutch motif. Decorative painting on these items is common but not necessary. This style of decorative art spread from Europe (where it was referred to as japa
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