* HAND PAINTED FIMA DERUTA MAIOLICA CALLE VERDE GREEN ROOSTER OIL AND VINEGAR CRUETS WITH CADDY FROM ITALY

$ 89.00 $ 134.99

A very colorful hand painted Calle Verde green rooster oil and vinegar cruet set with carrying caddy. Maiolica hand painted 3-piect set from Deruta, Italy known for their pottery.

From Wikepedia & my thanks to them:
Deruta is a hill town and commune in the Province of Perugia in the Umbria region of central Italy. Long known as a center of refined maiolica manufacture, Deruta remains known for its ceramics, which are exported worldwide.

Cruets say in Itlaian Aceto (vinegar) & Olio (Olive oil). Corks can be purchased at craft stores if needed.

Cruets measure 4-5/8" high & 2" across the bottom & appx. 3-1/2" across the middle fat part. Caddy measures 8-1/2" across the bottom, appx 4" wide & 6-1/2" high. Marked on the bottom "Fima Deruta Italy".

They would be beautiful on your table next to the salad bowl when having an Italian dinner or cookout! Very colorful and you will get a lot of compliments on them!

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