Early 8" Tin Pail w/ Porcelain Knob & Soldered Seams - Unique Shape

Early 8" Tin Pail w/ Porcelain Knob & Soldered Seams - Unique Shape

Sale price $58.50 Regular price $69.50


Product Description:  Early on, tinware often crafted by tinsmiths, was a popular choice for a variety of uses due to the inexpensive cost, lightweight and durability.  This amazing lidded tin pail features a unique shape.  The slanted shoulders taper down to a skirted base and most of the seams are either hand-soldered, rolled or folded.  It can be easily be transported using the metal bail handle with a black, wooden grip.  The lid fits fairly snug and is accented with a white porcelain knob.  A fantastic accent piece for your primitive or country farmhouse décor.

Circa:  Early 1900’s

Dimensions:   8” Height

Product Weight:  13.1 ounces

Material:  Tin, Metal, Porcelain, Wood

Maker:  Unknown

Markings: No visible markings

Color:   Dark gray

Condition: Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age.  Natural surface patina.  Porcelain knob has a crack towards the base (as shown). One small dent underneath 2nd ring (as shown).  Some signs of rust along interior seams and base.

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