This is a vintage Arabia Finel enamel pot. Mid-Century, 1960s enamel stockpot designed by Sigurd Persson and Arne Erkers.
Some fun facts about this is that Arabia Wärtsila bought the design from Kockums, it’s called KESTI and can be found with many different patterns and colors. This pattern is called 'Orient'.
It’s a rich brown background with a black decorative orient pattern.
It Measures 15.5 cm tall x 24 cm wide including the handles
It holds 2.5 liters
Weight: just under 1 kg
The graphics are by Raija Uosikkinen. Put it on an open kitchen shelf or retro sideboard.
In good vintage condition. There are a few minor dings to the enamel one small chip on the handle and some small signs of wear to the edges. See the close up photos. The enamel is in excellent condition - shiny and bright inside and out.
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