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Set of three tins with images "Ot en Sien" by Jamin

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Set of three tins with images "Ot en Sien" by Jamin.

 

  • Manufacturing date: 1994

Description
Round tins for Gouda syrup waffles executed with a separate lid. The decoration of these tins consists of different images of "Ot and Sien" by C. Jetses.

On the underside these tins are marked with a Jamin sticker: ten Gouda syrup waffles from Jamin, Oosterhout

The images on the tins take place in the four seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter.

Condition
This set of three tins is in a good condition with minimal traces of use.

Size

  • Height: 12.4 cm.
  • Diameter: 10.2 cm.

 

Ot en Sien is a Dutch children's book series, written by Hindericus Scheepstra, a teacher in Drenthe, the Netherlands. It centers around two little children, a boy named Ot and a girl named Sien.

It was the start of a new method of writing children's books and had a profound influence on Dutch elementary education in the first half of the twentieth century.

Ot and Sien are the main characters in a series of Dutch children's tales that were very popular in the first half of the twentieth century. The first series titled Dicht bij Huis ("Close to home"), appeared in 1902. The second series Nog bij Moeder ("Still with mother"), followed in 1904. The author of the stories was Hindericus Scheepstra (nl). However, he acted on the inspiration of Jan Ligthart, who had the intention to expose young people to what he considered a healthy daily family life. The illustrations were made by Cornelis Jetses (nl).

After WWII the stories of Ot and Sien gradually went out of fashion and they were often ridiculed for the unrealistic picture they gave of life in the province. A century after their appearance there is a revival in the interest for the publications and in 2004 an exposition was held, focusing mostly on the artwork by Jetses.

Ot (short for Otto) and Sien (short for e.g. Francine) are two next-door neighbors, a boy and a girl. Their illustrations were based on two children that actually lived in Jetses' neighborhood. The stories are situated in Drenthe that was at the time the most impoverished province of the Netherlands where quite a few people were still living in dwellings constructed of peat and sods. The surrounding poverty is nowhere to be seen in the stories that depict a very idealized version of reality. 


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Country of origin
Holland

Kind of object
Cookie tin

Colour
Various

Material
Tin - metal

Brand
Jamin

Particularities
Images of "Ot en sien" by C. Jetses

Era
1994

Quality
Nice vintage condition

Height
12,40 cm

Diameter
10,20 cm

Shipping method
Parcel post

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