×
Weekly Auctions of Exceptional Items
0 selections
Log In
0 selections
lots of lots
Lot 0074
DESCRIPTION: This is a colonial miniature open hearth copper double handled apple butter kettle from New England circa 1700s. Miniature copper apple butter kettles were used in colonial kitchens to make jellies and jams over an open hearth fireplace. The miniature copper apple butter kettle has a wide flared rim that tapers gradually. The miniature apple butter kettle has two copper handles that extend upwards with a fine twist and are decorated with large copper rivets. There is hand hammering on the entire body of copper kettle, which adds such character and beauty to this primitive vessel. MEASUREMENTS: 8 ½ inches wide from handle to handle, 3 inches high not including handle, and 20 inches round in circumference at rim

Condition

Excellent condition with an age appropriate patina.

Starting Bid

$150.00

Buyer's Premium

  • 0%

Colonial Open Hearth Copper Apple Butter Kettle 1700s

Auction ended on Fri, Sep 26, 2014
|
Estimate $250 - $350
|Sell a Similar Item
Interested in this item?Save to 'Saved Items' to access later.