Offered here is a real neat Glass Barrel Butter Churn with Bail Handle, dating from the early 1900's. Capacity is 1 gallon. The steel mechanism that turns the metal paddles is in good working order and easily turns; the bail handle is securely attached with good wooden handle grip. The glass bottom barrel measures 9 ½ inches tall by 6 ½ inches in diameter. Total height with mechanism attached is 14 inches. The inner rim edge of the glass barrel jar is a bit chewed from inserting the churning mechanism and the screw on metal lid that houses the mechanism is also appropriately aged, as would be expected from such an early piece that more than likely, churned every day. All and all, the Butter Churn is clean and in good age-related condition with no chips or cracks otherwise noted. It’s a nice one. Sales tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in New York State. Local tax rate applies.