Brass kettle, pot or pail, large size in natural patina, hand hammered finish, stands 9 1/2” tall, and is 14 1/2" diameter at the top, rolled rim around heavy ring at the top, one side seam, seam is tight, there is no separation, and slightly domed bottom. They were made this way so the heat would radiate evenly when cooking. Iron bale loops fit into riveted iron handle hanger. Handle rest on rim of the kettle. NO holes, pail had aged patina with some oxidation in the interior. No makers mark, possibly Connecticut brass manufacturer, circa 1900. Few small dents and dings. Want perfect and polished we also have several for sale. This is one of many different sizes, finishes, makers and condition we currently have listed for sale. See photos. Multiple brass buckets can be compactly shipped stacked to keep shipping costs down.
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