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    Posted 3 years ago

    In4red
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    I just picked this up yesterday. I'm not sure of the circa or even the country of origin. It appears to have a pineapple logo carved into the side. Any info would be appreciated.

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    1. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      Tea pot warming bucket. Common to the Chinese.
    2. In4red In4red, 3 years ago
      Thank you fhrjr2. It will fit in well with the rest of my decor (rustic lol). Do you have any tricks to finding the circa?
    3. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      To be totally honest I think it is a reproduction and quite vintage but not yet what I would call an antique. A number of years ago there was a company here in the U.S.A that was making them along with other types of wooden buckets. I believe they ended their run of buckets and went to something like wooden wall art. The real Chinese ones were also painted red but would have had a more Asian design on the front. This one is certainly a keeper because many folks tired of them and just threw them away or refitted them to use for a magazine holder or even a waste basket.
    4. In4red In4red, 3 years ago
      Thanks again!

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