Iron Kettle w/Goose Neck and Tilter
1 in stock
- 1750 to 1780
- This is an exceptional 10″ diameter, 9″ tall 100% original iron kettle with tilter,
original cover and its three original unworn feet or legs.
- Cast iron kettles like this one were used primarily to boil water for tea and other household purposes; in other words, food was not actually cooked in them.
- Kettles hung in large kitchen fireplaces from trammels (which were chains or worked metal with built-in height
- The three-legged squat profile with the goose neck spout, as with this one, indicates it is from the earlier part of the indicated time period, i.e., 1750
- Note the very handy Tilter for pouring & one of three Feet shown at the bottom