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    Posted 11 years ago

    wonderfuls…
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    This Cast Iron with Brass and Copper is the bottom to the nice brass/copper top that was previously posted to my wonderfulstuff.
    I am still unsure of its function. Many thanks!

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    1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      I have taken the liberty to write Dr. Alice Ross (Who wrote the article mentioned in your previous post). Hopefully she will respond.
      In the mean time my thought is exactly what you said before. It could be for baking potatoes, heating small pots of food, etc
      It also served as an "anchor" for the rotesserie.
    2. wonderfulstuff wonderfulstuff, 11 years ago
      That is so very nice of you. Many thanks, Jan
    3. wonderfulstuff wonderfulstuff, 10 years ago
      Can't believe the Dr. Ross has not had the time to answer! I think we have solved the mystery though. Thanks again!
    4. wonderfulstuff wonderfulstuff, 5 years ago
      I still have this!

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