Van Nelle coffee and tea tin with earthenware cupSKU: BT-2397-19
Van Nelle coffee and tea tin with earthenware cup.
- Manufacturing date: 1990/1999
Rectangular high coffee tin in the colors red, green and blue with a clear surface division based on the original antique tin made by Jac. Jongert made in 1930. The text is printed in the red/yellow area. On the sidewalls 'Van Nelle's Broken Tea' and 'Van Nelle's Packs of Coffee' (Dutch). The tin has a loose lid. The inside of the tin is gold-colored. This tin is a nostalgic variation.
A nostalgic retro tin with a vintage look made by Van Nelle for coffee and tea. This tin is accompanied by one coffee cup. A reproduction of a classic design. The famous company from Rotterdam 'Van Nelle' has existed from 1782 to 1989. A very nice eye-catcher for the retro kitchen.
The earthenware cup has recently been added to the collection of the Rotterdam Museum.
Both tin and cup are in a neat retro condition.
- Height: 15.5cm.
- Width: 12 cm.
- Length: 8 cm.
- Height: 10 cm.
- Diameter: 8 cm.
Van Nelle was a Dutch manufacturer of rolling tobacco, cigarettes, coffee and tea.
In 1782 Johannes van Nelle and his wife Hendrica started a shop in coffee, tea, and tobacco at the Leuvehaven in Rotterdam. After the death of Johannes van Nelle in 1811, his widow continued the store. In 1813 the widow also died. Son Johannes van Nelle Jr. and his brother-in-law Abraham Goedkoop continued the business under the name De Erven de Wed. J. van Nelle (the heirs of the widow). After the death of Johannes van Nelle jr. The Van der Leeuw family took a share in the firm in 1837. From 1845 Van Nelle was entirely in the hands of the Van der Leeuw family.
Jacobus Johannes van der Leeuw built the company between 1837 and 1881. He established worldwide trade contacts, established his own plantations in the Dutch East Indies and built the shop into a coffee roasting factory and the processing of tobacco and tea. Around the turn of the century, coffee and tea became increasingly important. Van Nelle, therefore, made a great profit.
The company distinguished itself through its own approach, with appealing advertising figures such as Piggelmee. The period around the Second World War was difficult for Van Nelle. But from the fifties on, under the direction of director J.P. Coelingh it did better again.
The introduction of the first freshly ground vacuum-packed coffee under the name Supra in 1962 had a significant contribution to it.
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Country of origin
Kind of object
Thee and coffee tin - Coffee cup
Van Nelle Coffee and Tea
Green - red - blue - yellow
Tin - metal
Reproduction to the original tin made in 1925
1990 - 1999
Good vintage condition
Tin 15,00 cm - Cup 10,00 cm
Cup 8,00 cm
Parcel post - track & trace