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Ransburg Folk Art Bird Kitchen Canisters Set (c.1960s)

Ransburg Folk Art Bird Kitchen Canisters Set (c.1960s)

Regular price $128.00 USD
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Organize your kitchen in style with these colorful Ransburg folk art canisters. With the hand painted birds, leaves and flowers, they'll remind you of old hex signs you've seen hanging from barns. 

Though uncommon to find a complete set in such good condition, we love passing our good fortune on to you! The four canisters are typically for storing flour, sugar, coffee and tea - but you can hide chocolate in them (we won't tell).

Note: These Ransburg canisters, made in Indianapolis, are not to be confused with Robinson Ransburg Pottery, which was made in Ohio.

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Listing Includes

- FOUR vintage Ransburg kitchen canisters with folk art painted bird & wooden lids (as shown)

Item Condition

Very good condition with wear consistent with age and use. The painted design is clear and bright. Minor scratches and scuffs present. Wooden lids show some scratches and smudges in finish. Overall very clean and ready to use. Marked Ransburg / Indianapolis on the bottom. Dated to the 1960s.

>> Please view pictures carefully as they are part of the description. This is truly a one of a kind, found item. Embracing its vintage beauty, this piece may contain imperfections from years of wear. These imperfections are not considered defective.

Item Details

- Materials: Metal, paint, wood

- Color: teal/blue, brown, yellow, green, cream, black

- Dimensions: (with lids on)

8” high x 7.25” diameter
6.5” high x 6.25” diameter
5.75” high x 5.25” diameter
5” high x 4.5” diameter

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1960 Vintage Canisters

I love my canisters! They arrived so quickly too. Well packaged and protected. The website was easy to navigate and I'm glad I saw them first on Instagram and snatched them up right away!!

My favorite NEW old things!!!