In Greece during the 1960s these perforated galvanized buckets were used during the harvest of native olive orchards. Light, double-handled, and easy to maneuver, these rust-proof receptacles offer a multitude of reuses in the garden and the home. The generous proportions of this efficient wide-mouth bucket accepts a great and varied harvest of fruits and vegetables, as well as a one of a kind receptacle for kindling, storing root vegetables, and organizing plant supports and stakes. The unique, timeworn design offers unique accent indoors or out. Authentic found object, circa 1940s. Used in 1960s Greece. Galvanized metal resists corrosion. Food-safe. Each bucket is entirely unique and shows natural timeworn patina and signs of age. 18" top, 2' high. From Hungary; country of manufacture is unknown. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.