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1114SWIN05
Early-1900s small tin bucket with anodised finish

7 in stock.
Possibly made for confectionery, the 'dead stock' buckets have wire swing handles and a pair of bendy metal tabs for holding a paper or foil lid in place. 11.5 x 11.5cm. The gold finish worn in places to reveal the aged metal underneath


Price: 15 GBP each
or 2 for 20 GBP


Delivery to Mainland UK: 5.00 GBP
(Free for orders over £25)
Europe: 5.50 GBP
Rest of World: 6.75 GBP


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