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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Czechoslovakia Enamel Kitchen Wares

Kitchen wares which was used in wealthy family houses. This items was made in Czechoslovakia in 1930's. There is a bigger collection in different colours. These items was specially made for Nyonya community. The patterns here are peonies flowers and butterflies that symbolizes the Nyonya culture. In those days, these items were also used by rich Indian families. The enamel wares I bought from an Indian family in Ipoh and KL. Even my parents house in India, they also have a variety of these enamel wares. Normally, Indian families used these enamel wares for Dowri. All of these items with Tamil words inscribed on it. Interesting items and it was everyone's favourite.

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