|Dimensions:||Height: 40cm (15 3/4") Top Diameter: 29cm (11 1/2")|
|Date:||Late 19th Century 1860 - 1900|
|Country of Origin:||Netherlands|
Rich warm colours in the contrasting stripes of this wooden bucket makes it an item of beauty. It would have graced a Dutch dining/living room, holding hot coal that kept a tea kettle warm. Made of mahogany and fruitwood, it is finely turned and decorated with black ebonised bands. It stands on 3 ball feet. The brass liner has an old patch, and the whole bucket is in superb original condition.