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13” 3/4 x 10” 7/8 x 8” 1/2 on the rectangle. Stove eye drop is 7” 1/2 diameter x 2” deep.
Unrestored – sold as found.
Museum level display piece. Well over 150 years old. This is a really unusual piece, neither Henry nor I have ever seen one of these before. It’s a rectangular pot with an eccentric bottom on one end, meaning that it has a round lower piece that was designed to be dropped into a stove eye. Has the original tinned steel lid, and is bottom gated. Based on the stove eye drop and the hand wrought bail this piece has to have been made between 1820-1860. New England style ears with unique reinforcing style. Sadly it has a crack on the bottom, so using it would require a repair first (and it might be worth doing), but as a display piece it’s just amazing – and so unique that you probably will not see another one. Hand wrought bail with wooden handle. See pictures.
Sold as found.
$200 OBO shipped
As always we are happy to take back pieces if you are not 100% satisfied. (Please see return policy)