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Display piece – unrestored. Painted. SOLD AS FOUND
Bottom gated, English made cooking pot made by Archibald Kenrick and sons – a seven generation foundry that is still in business today. They made hollowware between 1840-1930, but stopped gate marking like this before 1900 (but they weren’t sure when when I called them). They were big exporters of cooking pots just like this to America until 1900. This is a English style pot with a rolled steel handle which rises at a steep angle and attaches via peens to the iron pot. Not all the markings can be read. Painted black and gold by someone long ago – and probably best left that way as a crack in the side really makes this a display piece rather than a user. Could be repaired if you really wanted to.
Marked: Note not all of this is legible the Ken part of Kenrick is worn away but as we’ve seen a fair number of these we are fairly certain of the maker. Legible marking say “XXXrick & S No. 2 One Pint & half”
4” 1/4 diameter at the upper lip. (excluding handle)
Sold as found.
Display piece due to a crack.
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)