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    Posted 1 year ago

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    I do not know what this is trying to figure it out I know it seems to be made out of silver it has never been lit I'm assuming they hid it away for some odd reason and FORGOT about it until I was inherited this piece and several others? Anyone if you have anything to tell me about this piece of mine would be greatly appreciated PLEASE AND THANK

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    1. Silverwolf Silverwolf, 1 year ago
      It looks like a sterno burner used to keep food warm on a buffet. Nice.
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 1 year ago
      I agree with Silverwolf. We had one years ago like this that was the base for a Fondue pot. Ours worked quite well. Way long ago having Fondue was a fad that eventually faded away.

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