Stunning vintage salesman sample BOILER "the mop saving wringer" bucket. The metal bucket is similar to a sand pail in style. Attached to it is a steel and spring wringer mechanism complete with wood rollers, wringer handle and bucket handle. The wringer is a working mechanism just like a life size bucket. When the bar in back is pressed down the rollers come together (to wring out the mop). Turn the handle and the rollers turn. The actual age is unknown. A guess would be 1920-40s. This bucket measures 7 inches tall not including the bucket handle or approximately 10 inches when including it. The rollers are 5 1/4 inches long so across the front the piece measures approximately 6 inches not including the wringer handle knob which is another 1 1/2 inches. The details of this piece are amazing and when viewing the photos it is almost as if you were looking at a life size item and not one of a smaller scale. There is some wear or oxidation to the metal finish inside the bucket, and some scratches to the painted surface on the outside. Nothing severe or detracting. The top opening of the bucket is a bit misshapen, but again nothing severe. Great collection addition as well as display piece among dolls.