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Wooden Antique Maple Sugaring Sap Buckets. Some have been paintedwith gray paint, and some do not, and they all includetwo metal bands that fits around the bucket.They are very old since they have been part of this farm since the original owners. The farm dates back to the 1800's. They are in very good condition, considering their age.All the buckets have paint on them, with some buckets, the paint is pealing, and others are not. These are a great collectable item, butare also a great item for making crafts such as lamps, waste basket, flower bins, etc., There is no choice in size of bucket, since they are all stacked inrows in the old part of the barn. They are taken from the front of the pile. Bucket dimensions are Large Height 11", Diameter 12.5", and Small are Height 9", Diameter 12" These dimensions are for reference only and we cannot guarentee what size will be delivered to you. There is not much difference in the sizes as you can see from the dimensions.
They were used in the 1940's and 1800's to collect sap, from the tree, to make maple syrup.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Special care instructions will be inclosed with your order. These buckets are very old, and sometimes will fall apart. If you purchase one, and after you receive it, it falls aparts, please contact us with instructions on getting a replacement. Please do not throw it out, it can be repaired, and willbe replaced, at no additional cost to you, if it isreturned to us. No return no replacement.
Special Note added:I will not sell these buckets to anyone who does not live in the United States. Thank you