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Posted 4 years ago

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APPROX 8 &1/2 inches tall at spout AND 14 inches wide at spout. Solid iron. lots of big rust flakes inside but still solid as a rock. The lid is permanently attached with a number 6 or 9 on lid. Its very heavy. I'm thinking its for some kind of industrial purpose as it is so heavy and thick.

Should I put it in the yard as a planter or does this belong in a place of prominence or a museum.

Please help!

Best regards,

Brian O'Keeffe

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  1. okeeffe294 okeeffe294, 4 years ago
    There are a few on ebay, but no manufacturer , approx date. etc...
  2. Ollie Ollie, 4 years ago
    I have a couple like it, too. For years, I used one on my kitchen stove (wood)- just to put steam in the air. Mine was not rusty inside.
  3. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
    I have one with a #7 on the lid and ad text related to a co-op in Rome, Ga.; nothing on the maker tho'. This would be a '6' with the bottom closest to the pivot point.
  4. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 4 years ago
    Pretty common item. I also used them on wood stoves when we lived up north. You can wire brush it then give it a couple rubs of stove black and it will look good (from a distance).
  5. okeeffe294 okeeffe294, 4 years ago
    THANK YOU! fhrjr2, Ollie and TallCakes!

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