Antique Farmhouse Enameled Berry Pail with Tin Lid, Bail and Wooden Grip Handle

Antique Farmhouse Enameled Berry Pail with Tin Lid, Bail and Wooden Grip Handle

Regular price $55.00


Product Description:  Add a touch of farmhouse charm to your kitchen or porch with this original, gray enameled berry bucket and tin lid.  Once possibly used to pick berries, it stands just slightly over 5 inches tall with a short metal bail handle, wooden grip, finial and tin lid.  The shiny gray enameled body showcases a mottled appearance which adds interesting character.

Note:  Please refer to “Condition” for additional information.   

Circa:  Early 1900’s

Height:  5 ¼” (overall with knob, not handle), 4 ¼” (body only)
Diameter:  6”

Color:  Gray Tones

Markings:  No visible markings

Product Weight:  13.7 ounces

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age and normal use.  No holes or breaks.  Inside is super clean.  Some pin hole size enamel chips on exterior near bottom rim.  No other enamel loss on body.  Tin lid does exhibit natural age darkening.  Bail handle appears to have been made to a bit short and sits on the edge of the rim when in down position, whereas most seen fall slightly below.  Wooden grip handle has a 1” gloss black stroke of paint on one side.  No indentations on lid.

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