Paper Labels

The paper labels are simple. There are the original D.E. Sanford Belgium labels, the more common are the “porcelainized” labels from the Japanese period and the original Bruxelles Ware labels. I’m very interested in having photographs of Descoware packaging.

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Bruxelles Ware

Bruxelles Ware

Worn Out!

Worn Out!

DescoLITE

DescoLITE

Japanese

Japanese

Last of the Belgium made from GHC

Last of the Belgium made from GHC

3 Responses to Paper Labels

  1. Candy Eve says:

    How do

    I send you a Descolite label? I have never seen this label before.

  2. Jennifer says:

    I just bought my first piece of Descoware. I have been looking for a dutch oven but balking at paying the $150+ for the LeCruset pieces.
    I found a mint condition Maple Leaf 6Qt round dutch oven at a tag sale for $5 (but I talked them down to $4). I knew nothing about the brand and was worried it was too lightweight. Now I know that is one of the advantages of this brand. Can’t wait to use it.

    The paper label is in perfect condition. Where/how can I send you a picture?

  3. Angie Walter says:

    Hello,

    I am hoping someone can help me out. My house was built in 1922 and I have a wall of old antique kitchen cabinets. They are in great shape and I am looking for more information on them. On the inside of one of the cabinet doors is a paper label that looks exactly like the top label under “paper labels” on this web site. The only difference is instead of saying “Desoware” it say’s “Descorama”? Did they ever make cabinets? The label also says Made in Belguim and Los Angeles, CA. Hoping someone can give me the scoop on this?
    Angie, Chippewa Falls, WI

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