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Tole

Tole is painted tin. It is sometimes called japanned ware, pontypool, or toleware. Most nineteenth-century tole is painted with an orange-red or black background and multicolored decorations. Toleware usually has a black varnished background and hand-painted or stenciled designs. Many recent versions of toleware are made and sold. Related items may be listed in the Tinware category.

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Dome Lid, Tin, Brass Handle, Pomegranate, Leaves, Japanned, 9 x 10 In. Illustrated
Year Priced
2015
Photo Credit: Conestoga Auction Co., Inc.

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