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Lot of Vintage Enameled Cookware, one which is Georges Briard
It looks like the previous owner of the Georges Briard pot tried to DIY repair/conceal what must have been scratches or gouges in the enamel. I don't know what kind of paint was used, I'm guessing wall paint, because white paint, especially wall paint, is never pure white. This is something I probably would have done.,.. when I was 7 or 8, which would also explain the globiness.
So any paint that was used is unlikely to be heat or food safe, so that one is for decor only. You will not like the result.
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