Antique Larger Gray Enameled Graniteware Pot, Pail with Bail Handle Wood Grip No Lid

Antique Gray Enameled Graniteware Pot, Pail with Bail Handle Wood Grip No Lid

Regular price $49.97

 

Product Description:  Add some country charm to your kitchen or porch with this original enameled pot or pail (no lid) with metal bail handle and black, wooden grip. It stands 7 ½” inches tall (not including handle) with a large 11” inch diameter top. Showing only normal age and wear, this graniteware appearance makes this a perfect choice for you to add and decorate with your favorite greens or holiday décor.

Note:  Please refer to "Condition" for additional information.

Circa:  Late 1800’s – Early 1900’s

Dimensions: 
Height:  7 1/2” (to top of pail only) 14” (with handle in upright position)
Height:  ” (including bail handle in upright position)
Diameter:  11” (inside), 11 3/8” (to outer edge, )

Capacity: 9 Quart

Color:  Gray

Material: Enamel on Steel

Markings:  No visible markings

Product Weight:  2 Pounds 9 Ounces

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age and normal use. No holes although there are a normal, small enamel chips with rusting present on interior and exterior (as shown). Missing lid. No longer recommended for food use. Being sold as an accent piece.

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