Vintage checkered blue tin by Tomado, 1960sSKU: BT-3310-21
Vintage checkered blue tin by Tomado, 1960s.
- Manufacturer: Van der Togt Massa Articles Dordrecht
- Manufacturing date: 1960s
This vintage tin from Tomado has a high round shape and is fitted with a separate dark blue lid. The decoration of this bus consists of a white background with a decoration of light and dark blue stripes that together form a checkered pattern. Gold-colored interior and underside. Back provided with a folded longitudinal seam. Rolled edge on lid and bottom of tin.
The name of the company name Tomado is embossed at the bottom of this tin
This tin by Tomado is in a vintage condition with traces of use and age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of the description.
- Height: 23 cm.
- Diameter: 15.5 cm.
Tomado was a Dutch company for household products, especially of plastic-coated wire steel.
The company was founded in Dordrecht in 1923 by the Van der Togt brothers. Tomado stands for Van der Togt Mass Articles Dordrecht.
After the Second World War, the reconstruction period in which Tomado products symbolized the modern household began. They became very popular and almost every household owned one or more Tomado products. Due to the popularity of the brand, the company grew very quickly in the 50s of the 20th century.
The Tomado factories went bankrupt in the early 1970s.
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Country of origin
The Netherlands - Holland
Kind of object
Storage tin - canister
Tomado - storage - stock
Lines - squares
Blue - white
De gebroeders Van der Togt
Van der Togt Massa Artikelen Dordrecht
Tin - metal - paint
Vintage with traces of use, wear and tear
Parcel post with track & trace