Pot, Cast Iron with Tap ; Kenrick, Archibald & Sons; 1870-1900; WY.0000.1141
Pot, Cast Iron with TapAbout this object
This is a Kenrick cast iron pot, known as a fountain. This type of kettle would have hung above a fire as a means to heat water for cooking, washing and for cups of tea.
Established in 1791, Kenrick still operates today and is a major manufacturer of ball castors.
inorganic, processed material, metal, cast iron
inorganic, processed material, copper alloy, brass
Makers mark stamped into bottom: 'A KENRICK & SONS'Measurements
h 500 mm x w 240 mm x d 570 mmSubject and Association Keywords
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