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06/21/2018 07:42 PM
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OLD HAND CRAFTED COPPER KETTLE AND PLANTER
Age. Less than 40 years old
Composition. See below
Size. See below
Rating: 7
Comments. This lot consists of a 5” high x 14” wide x 6” deep planter which has a copper body and a cast brass handles. It has a hammered design around the bottom, a rolled top edge and is heavy for its size. Also included is a 6” high x 8” wide teapot which has a hinged cover for its spout, a large loop handle and is marked” 6”. It has a visible joining seam in the back and has hand hammered features. The interior has a well – worn tin wash and the cover is missing its knob. These items are in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, have some small, shallow dents and have some soiling/stains. Give them a cleaning and they will make some useful items around your home or older copper pieces always make nice decorative items.

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