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Early American heavy solid brass swing handle bucket or pail circa 1800. This pail was made from heavy gauge solid bell brass with a hand wrought iron swing handle. Measures 10 x 5 inches, and 11.5 inches high to the top of the raised handle.
English heavy bell medal lathe turned solid brass apothecary mortar and pestle. Measures 4.25 inches high, 5.25 inches across its top with a 6.5 inch pestle. Excellent original condition. C 1790. The English word mortar derives from classical Latin mortarium, meaning, among several other usages. For more information go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mortar_and_pestle
Early American country kitchen wooden maple bowl. New England c1800. This period bowl was made from a single block of solid maple wood. Most early bowls have line cracks or repairs. This one is in excellent original condition, retaining its deep rich old untouched patina. Measures 15.5 inches wide by 14 inches long and 5 inches deep.
American 18th to early 19th century copper cook pot. This antique copper pot has a handmade dovetailed bottom. Measures 7.25 inches across and 4.5 inches high, with a thick hand-riveted 8.5 inch handle. The tin lining is in good condition.