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Arc Wagner eccentric kettle made between 1895-1915, over 100 years ago. Nice display piece, although you certainly could put it to use. Nice crisp markings. Tiny bail ears, assist ring and original bail with wood handle (handle is as found). Interior shows moderate pitting over portions. This pan did not really like seasoning, despite multiple layers being applied, so it does have a bit of splotchiness. Still it’s a very cool piece.
Marked: “Wagner” SIdney 8 on the bottom.
10” diameter at the top, 6” 7/8 at the bottom lower ring.
Cleaned via lye method, hand buffed and seasoned with 3 layers of non-GMO canola oil.
No cracks, chips (maybe a tiny old one happened on the rim years ago but there is no chunk missing of the structure wall) or wobble when tested on a sheet of glass. Sits on it’s heat ring. Cooking surface is glassy and looks great. There are some minor tool marks and but those should fill in well with a little use.
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)
This old blacksmith made scraper, chopper, came from Austria with the great grand parents of the woman who sold it to me. She swears it was made not later than 1810. I’ve never seen one this large, or made quite this way. It’s just huge.
Blade is just a hair under 14” long, 2” 7/8 wide, handle just over 17”, overall about ~ 9 high if standing.
As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied. (Please see return policy)
This is a cool old cast iron and steel can opener c. 1890. This one isn’t a mystery like the last one was, but it’s just as cool. But this fish head type can opener features a marked blade saying: “Belmont” Pat Feb 11, 1890.
Haven’t been able to find out a lot about this company, but it’s a very pretty piece. Iron handle is 6” long, steel blade protrudes another 1/4” beyond that.
Sold as is, as this is a collector piece, but it can be restored if you so desire.
$50 shipping included in price. Restoration would be extra.