This is what happens when MacKenzie-Childs enamelware is dropped or dragged:
This is a large, expensive pitcher, from the retired MacKenzie-Childs "Buttercup" pattern. When these things happen I am usually bound and determined to find a way to repair.
I went to the autobody shop to hunt for some enamel paint. It was a challenge to match the exact color and every time I thought I had the perfect color, another color seemed to match it better.
I chose this GM paint, sanded the rim of the pitcher and painted on 4 layers, letting it dry in between each layer:
And I am very pleased with the results:
This also worked well on a little chip I had on a Courtly Check flower pot!
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