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Tinsmiths were very necessary in the 19th century ....so many items were made of tin, especially kitchenware items. The quaint appearance of tin draws your attention when you see a collection of tinware. You are invited to share your early tinware items and give any information that you have about it's use. Below is an example of an early tin nutmeg grater designed to hang on the wall when not in use.

 

Currently available for sale at the Vintage Touch ONLINE store at: http://deannamoyers.ecrater.com/p/14321244/antique-tin-nutmeg-grate...

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Another handy & essential kitchen tool that is another item made from tin is this quaint tin sugar scoop.  This piece would make a great addition to your early tinware collection. Currently being offered for sale at the Vintage Touch ONLINE store at: http://deannamoyers.ecrater.com/p/14353721/primitive-tin-sugar-scoo...

Another primitive tinware item....a 19th century canister probably used to store tea or sugar with a drop down latch.  For details click on: http://iantiqueonline.ning.com/photo/19th-century-metal-canister-wi...

Here is another popular primitive piece: the painted tea canister.  This example still retains most of the word 'TEA' on the front and has a push on/pull off tin cap.  For details and purchase information click on:  Primitive Tea Canister  

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