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This is a round rimmed kettle with a great shape, New England style ears, D shaped legs, and a a hand wrought bail. These features date the pot to between 1830-1860. It is bottom gated and a beauty to look at. This one was made so that it could be used on a wood stove, which you can tell as the rounded bottom actually extends to below the legs which were to meant to sit on the stove top. This piece is really more of a display piece than a user although it certainly can be used. Interior is heavily pitted.
10” 3/8 diameter, roughly 7’ 1/2 tall.
Stripped to bare iron using lye method, hand buffed and seasoned with 3 layers of non-GMO canola oil.
No cracks, chips. Designed to sit on legs in a wood stove. Interior is heavily pitted. It could be used, but this one is more of a display piece in my opinion.
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