Spun brass work pail made by the Randolph Clowes Company of Waterbury, Connecticut, circa 1900. This solid spun brass bucket is in very good condition, and is stamped The Randolph Clowes Co. Waterbury Conn on the base. Measures 11.25" W at rim, 13.75" W at handle loop, 8.25" W at base, 8.25" H to rim, 9" H at handle loop, and 14.4" H with handle raised.
French 19th c.tiered tole planter; 4 graduated oval tubs, black painted with overall gilt, foliate decoration, centering a putti figure, connected by wire supports, topped by a coronet, on 4 paw feet, c. 1880. Dimensions: 4.5" D x 7" W x 12.5" H.
18th to early 19th century dovetailed bottom copper pot. This period antique copper pot has a hand made dovetailed bottom. Measures 7 and one quarter inches across and 4 and one half inches high with a thick hand riveted 8 and one half inch handle. The tin interior plating is in good condition.
Early copper storage container with double handles c1700 to 1780. This unique early copper bucket or container was put together with hand made dovetails. There is a top, lower and bottom section all dovetailed together. Five pieces in all. One old repair to one handle which we show in one of the pictures we provided. This is an excellent piece of early copper in a rich old reddish bronze copper color patina. Measures 9 inches high and 12 and one half inches wide handle to handle. The opening at the top is 7 and one half inches.
Pair of important Black American Folk Art cast iron andirons. This is a very rare pair of Black memorabilia just recently found in an estate in Georgia. Excellent as found original untouched condition. Each andiron measures 15 inches deep,13 and three quarters high and 9 and one half inches across the base. We believe they are post 1852 which is when Harriet Beecher Stowe published Uncle Toms Cabin which sold millions of copies and created many black collectibles at that time.