Rustic Farmhouse Enamelware Bowls, Set of 3 (c.1900s) - Rush Creek Vintage
Rustic Farmhouse Enamelware Bowls, Set of 3 (c.1900s) - Rush Creek Vintage
Rustic Farmhouse Enamelware Bowls, Set of 3 (c.1900s) - Rush Creek Vintage
Rustic Farmhouse Enamelware Bowls, Set of 3 (c.1900s) - Rush Creek Vintage
Rustic Farmhouse Enamelware Bowls, Set of 3 (c.1900s) - Rush Creek Vintage
Rustic Farmhouse Enamelware Bowls, Set of 3 (c.1900s) - Rush Creek Vintage
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Rustic Farmhouse Enamelware Bowls, Set of 3 (c.1900s)

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Love the authentic farmhouse vibe these days? Then you probably know that back in the day, enamelware bowls rarely came in a matching set. These utilitarian bowls were necessary tools to manage a homestead. (No oohs and ahhhs here. There was work to be done!)

Primitive and rustic, these bowls have been around the block a few times. Workhorses in the kitchen, garden and barn, they have their share of bumps and bruises, scrapes and dents. And that's why we love them!

Use our rustic bowls on your homestead, and you'll wonder how you got along without them.

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Listing Includes

- THREE authentic vintage farmhouse enamelware bowls (as shown)

Item Condition

Good condition with wear consistent with age and use. These are old. All three show surface wear, scrapes, chips, dents, discoloration and areas of light rust. None are marked. Green bowl has a hanging hole in the rim to hang on the wall. The smallest bowl shows a few pinpoint holes in the bottom. 

Dated to around the 1940s.

Item Details

- Materials: metal, enamelware

- Color: green, blue, white, red, orange, yellow, black

- Dimensions: 

Large/green - 10.25"W x 4.25"H
Medium/blue - 8.5"W x 4"H
Small/red - 6.5"W x 2.5"H