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Vintage Enamel Pail

This authentic found vintage metal pail is ready for hard work, whether it's for toting water and compost out to planting beds or bringing in the harvest. But the pail also makes an attractive cachepot for growing potted herbs and vegetables and even small fruit trees. A sturdy handle facilitates carrying and pouring bucket contents. Each enameled-white metal pail is unique and displays the natural markings and imperfections that come with age and use. Authentic mid-century found object, originally used for farming and gardening in Central Europe. Because these were hard-working utilitarian items, scratches, chips, touches of rust and other signs of age and wear are to be expected. Sizes and details will vary slightly; no two pails are exactly alike. Handle composition may vary from item shown. Approx. 12" diam., 11" high. From Hungary.
Average Customer Rating:
4.333 out of 5
 out of 
(3 Reviews) 3
3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Sort by Customer Reviews for Vintage Enamel Pail
Review 1 for Vintage Enamel Pail
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
,Prairie Village
April 17, 2014
Would You Recommend? Yes
Great Vintage Pail
April 17, 2014
My pail has dings and scratches showing its life as a "working" item from the past.
I like being connected to the previous owner. The tag showed it came from Hungary.
Pros: material, Appearance
Review 2 for Vintage Enamel Pail
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
May 14, 2013
Would You Recommend? Yes
2of 2found this review helpful.
Vintage pail
May 14, 2013
Very nice pail. A wonderful accompaniment to the vintage enamel bathtub with stand we purchased from W-S last year. However, it has a plastic handle and not a wooden one as indicated in the picture.
Review 3 for Vintage Enamel Pail
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
March 12, 2013
Would You Recommend? Yes
3of 3found this review helpful.
Found enamel pail
March 12, 2013
It came as depicted except it does not have a wooden grip as depicted and described. Rather, a plastic grip which may have been recently added. The nice thing about found objects is the wear and tear on them that gives it a certain feel. I like my distressed items with the warts and all. This one is pretty clean. Maybe I'll kick it down the block once or twice.