NALLY Kitchen Canister set of 5, Retro, picture-labels, in m-colour plastic, c.1950's Expand

NALLY Kitchen Canister set of 5, Retro, picture-labels, in m-colour plastic, c.1950's

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NALLY Kitchen Canister full set of 5, Retro Harlequin, with picture-labels, in pastel multi-colour plastic, c.1950's - see below for more info.

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These consist of Flour, Sugar, Rice, Tea & Coffee canisters. The largest canister is 19 cm high to top of lid & 17 cm square; the others descend from that size. They have picture-labels which are representative of the written label. They are generally in good condition, with no cracks, withthe exception that some have faded being exposed to ultra-violet light & the internal locating flange has partly broken away on 2 lids.

The Nally brand was born in 1923 when Nat Fienberg and Wally Wakeham imported 'Condensite' to make more reliable timers for the T-Model Ford. Nally soon began moulding other items including the popular kitchen canisters. They were pioneers in the Australian plastics industry at the time