- Made in Taiwan
- Vintage: 1988
- Details - This is a beautiful floral porcelain canister/cylinder container in a high shine glaze. It features a bouquet of flowers in pink, yellow and purple. The design is on both sides, although the bouquet is smaller on the back side. The same design is found on the lid. It has a "loop" where you can place a wooden spoon or other type utensil to serve the contents. This jar originally came with a ceramic spoon but it's not available on this piece. The bottom is stamped with: F.T.D.A., Made in Taiwan, (FTDA stands for 'Florists Telegraph Delivery Association). Holds approx 16 ounces and has a plastic (tight) seal to keep contents fresh. This is a great addition to your kitchen or pantry, or in the bath for bath salts. It has chinoiserie-style flowers so would fit with oriental style decor too. Great little vessel to store your tea, sugar or other goods.
- Material: Porcelain
- Dimensions: 5.75 inches Tall and 3.5 inches in Diameter.
- Condition: Vintage - Used. Good Condition. There is a small chip on the rim. Otherwise, there are no cracks, scratches or any other damage. The spoon is missing. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. Refunds will not be given unless there’s gross misrepresentation of condition.
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FTDA, known as 'Florists Telegraph Delivery Association' (FTDA) was founded in 1910 when a group of 13 American retail florists agreed to exchange orders for out-of-town deliveries. They began telegraphing orders to each other from different states because flowers didn't always last the long train trips required for delivery in far away places. In 1923 a British unit of FTD was formed in response to the success of the network in America. In 1946 International Telegraph Florists was established between FTD, the FTD British Unit and Europe's floral clearinghouse Fleurop, they became "Interflora". By 1965, they expanded to include international transactions, and the company was renamed “Florists’ Transworld Delivery”, to reflect its growing worldwide presence and its partnership with Interflora. today they have grown to be the largest flower delivery network, associated with over 58,000 affiliated flower shops in over 140 countries. Interflora is now a subsidiary of FTD Companies, acquired in 2006.