Vintage porcelain salt box with wooden lid

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Vintage porcelain salt box with wooden lid

35.00

French ceramic salt box, ideal for rustic, shabby chic, French Nordic Style , French Farmhouse style décor.

I love the stunning colour and pattern on this lovely lided porcelain kitchen salt container.

It was made by Ditmar-Urbach in Czecheslovakia for the French market circa 1920 - 1945 - I have included some of the history of the factory below.

It has the traditional hinged wooden lid to keep the contents fresh.

It has an old repair to the front of it and a chip at the base corner :( see photos - It remains both useable and beautiful and deserves pride of place in a kitchen.

height 17 cm, width 14 cm, depth 11 cm or approx 6.5" x5.5" x 4.5"

The Bros. Urbach pottery was founded in 1882 in Turn-Teplitz, Bohemia (now Trnovany, Czech Republic) in 1882. It merged with Rudolf Ditmar’s factory in Znaim, Czechoslovakia, in 1919 and became Ditmar-Urbach. The pottery was taken over by the Nazis in 1938 and became Ostmark-Ceramics AG. The factory was nationalized in 1945.

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