2 available Vintage 70s Brass Kettle. Shaped hammered brass. Planter or other uses. Iron chain like handles on either side. It is
4" tall, and 5 ¼" top diameter. There are a few normal wear specks and it has a nice patina. Label reads, World Bazaar, Inc., Commerce, CA 90040. Made in India. No dents and Overall in Very Good Condition.
This lovely vintage 70s planter is 3 footed with decorative claw feet, fluted at the top, with a ribbed design around the sides. Click HEREto see foot. It is 7 ¼" tall and 8" top diameter. There are normal specks and shading that add to the antique look. Nice patina . There are no dents or dings and overall it is in Very Good Condition. Large bottom label reads,Hosley tm Solid Brass, (how to care for brass) then C Hosley Int'l Lynwood IL. In India.
Solid copper canister lined with stainless steel. It is large at
9" tall including the handle, and 6 3/4" in diameter. There is some wear to the finish on the bottom edges underneath the can, some small specks, and a 1" spot underneath the word Cookies. It is a very attractive, fairly heavy container, and even with the wear to the finish looks antique and nice for display.
I have one just like it that I bought in the 70s that I use to store brown and powdered sugar bags, as it seems to keep them from drying out after they have been opened. No dents and in Very Good Condition. Practical, Quality Copper collectible.
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#MB2-4 Vintage Solid Copper Gregorian Copper Wall Pocket
Mark on bottom is Incised script, reads Gregorian Copper 721 with R in a half circle. Label on back reads SOLID COPPER Made in U.S.A. This unique and attractive copper wall pocket is 6 3/4" wide, 5 1/4" tall, 3 1/4" across at the top of the opening, and 2 1/4" across the bottom. There is some wear inside on the bottom and minor scratches inside on the back. The hammered copper and flower designs and the outside of the pocket are in Very Good Plus Condition with a beautiful patina. The Gregori Copper Company began in 1946 and grew and prospered. The two Gregori brother sold the company in 1968. The Gregorian Copper pieces that the Gregori brother made is vintage quality copper, hand made and special.