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Funnels, Basins, and Pails

Funnels, Pails and Basins

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Brass Basin
Wash Basin

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Funnels (above)
Handmade by Peter Goebel. Historic reproduction.
Basic equipment every kitchen needs! Made in heavy guage copper with a rolled rim and a ring for hanging. Unlined. Dated: 18th century. Origin: various. Materials: copper. Dimensions: large measures 6" tall, and small measures 4 1/2" tall.
Large: $80.00
Small: $67.00


Wash Basin (above)
Handmade by Peter Goebel. Historically inspired.
Using 18th century construction techniques, we have created a practical wash basin. The sides are made in three joined pieces (in the 17th & 18th centuries, copper was manufactured in small sheets, so large items had to be "pieced"). It has a wired rim, and two large handles for easy lifting. This basin is so sturdy, even when full, it will not "twist" when lifted! And because it is copper, it will never rust! Available in two sizes. Dated: 18th century style. Materials: copper.
Dimensions: Large measures 5" x 15 1/2" dia. at rim x 10" dia. at base, 2 gallon capacity. Small has a 2 quart capacity.
Large: $215.00
Small: $175.00


Pails (above)
Handmade by Peter Goebel. Historically inspired.
This pail is not documented, but its straight sided construction is more correct than the modern tapered style. We make ours in copper, so rusting is never a problem. It has a wired rim, 18th century dog-ear brackets that are riveted to the body, and a heavy wire bail. This pail will outlast any others! Dated: 18th century style. Materials: copper. Dimensions: Large measures 8" dia. x 8 1/2" tall, 7 quart capacity. Small measures 6" dia. x 6 1/2" tall.
Large: $140.00
Small: $115.00

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