Vintage Cinsa Enamelware Oval Serving Bowl - Floral Pattern - Made in Mexico circa 1970s
Their frequency, their brilliance, and excitement, the enthusiasm with which we take part all suggest that without them we would explode. Octavio Paz on fiestas in Mexico
Cinsa has been making enamelware kitchen products in Saltillo, Mexico for over 90 years. Known for their high quality and lovely designs, their goal was always to make bakeware that was not only functional but also so beautiful that you wouldn't want to hide it away in a cupboard or a drawer. Designed around how real families eat and enjoy mealtimes, the Cinsa product line encourages communal eating, lively food prep and cheerful kitchens.
This Cinsa enamelware serving bowl, in its large oval shape, was made during the 1970s and features a bright blue rim around the edge and interior floral swags. Pretty for all sorts of uses from food storage to pantry organization to servingware, this bowl effortlessly adds vintage charm to your kitchen and your table. Its non-breakable construction also makes it a lovely choice for picnicking, camping or entertaining out of doors.
- Large Size
- Includes hole in the rim for easy hanging
- Colors include blue, spring green, teal, pink, salmon, butter, avocado, and bright white
- Stamped on bottom with maker's mark
In lovely vintage condition. The enamelware is bright white and very clean. There is a chippy spot on the rim and one very small fleck on the inside wall of the bowl. Please see photos.
Measures 12.75" inches (length) x 9.25" inches (width) x 2.5" inches (height) and weighs just under 1lb.