Vintage 5" Seamless Small White Enameled Berry Bucket w/ Lid and Bail Handle
Product Description: This lovely, white, enameled berry bucket would display wonderfully in most any color decor. It features a pretty, white enameled surface with a black, wooden grip, swing-arm handle. Collect your favorite berries or display colorful short stem flowers and enjoy this terrific collectible.
Circa: 1870 -1930's
Dimensions: 5" height (including lid), 3 3/4" height (w/o lid), 7 3/4" height (with handle in upright position), 5 1/4" across top opening.
Color: White and black
Markings: No visible markings
Product Weight: 12.2 ounces
Condition: Previously owned - used. Good condition with areas of enamel chips, mostly around neck of lid. Inside is in very good condition with minimal wear. Small surface enamel chip on exterior, near bottom base with some discoloration.Shipping:
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I bought the berry pail for my mother's 87th birthday. She had one exactly like it, which had been passed down through her family. I remember picking raspberries in it. When she downsized from our family home about 15 years ago, she auctioned off many household items. So many decisions on what to keep, what to part with. She always regretted parting with that, so was THRILLED when she opened her gift! Thank you!