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Holland. Circa 1820.
These beautiful Dutch teestoofs were used to keep a kettle warm. Smoldering coals would be placed in the brass liner on top of which the kettle would rest.
Though keeping a kettle warm these days is no longer a necessity, these mahogany teestoofs with their original brass lining and standing at 13" high are still handy as wastebaskets or jardinières. Whether you need one, a pair or perhaps even three, you can find them at Mill House.
H: 13", D: 12"
BJG 080, BJG 081, BJG 082
Antique buckets, teestoofs, Mahogany, Brass-lined, Dutch