19th Century Tin Cream Pail Soldered Seams 7 3/4" Incised Name Tag H.C. GIBSON
Product Description: This 19th century tin milk pail measures 7 ¾” tall and still retains the original lid. Handcrafted soldered seams, lid and side handle dates this piece most likely used during the 19th century. What makes this one special is the early soldered name or identification tag on the top of the side handle, incised H.C. Gibson. It is clear the owner of this tin container considered this a special belonging, using it regularly.
Circa: 19th Century
Height: 7 ¾” (with lid to top of handle), 6 ½” (to lip of pail)
Width: 6 ¼” (at widest point, at handle)
Base Diameter: 4”
Product Weight: 11.7 ounces
Capacity: 4 cups
Material: Tin - Metal
Color: Dark Gray
Origin: United States
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Original soldered seams with no repairs. Holds liquid, no breaks or leaks. Rusting is present in areas, more on lid, handle, upper body and interior.
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