toleware


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toleware

(ˈtəʊlˌwɛə)
n
decoratively painted and gilded enamelled metal ware
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In addition, the sale includes several fine English dressers and a French provincial example in fruitwood; a Dutch floral marquetry bombe-shaped, fall-front bureau and an unusual collection of trays including a 19th century metal, painted toleware example, estimate [pounds sterling]300-[pounds sterling]500.
ALTHOUGH at first glance this tray may look like it's made of papier mache or varnished wood, it's actually an example of what is generally referred to as toleware or japanned tinplate.
She played piano, had a beautiful singing voice and spent many years painting toleware and selling macrame crafts at local fairs.
Copa Cabana, Aloha and Paradise include ceramic dinnerware and accessories, toleware, lacquer trays, coasters and other products.
Other examples with an exotic slant include a 19th century chinoiserie lacquered tea caddy (pounds 700-pounds 1,000) and a Regency painted toleware caddy, c.