Seller: kent-deann (518) 100%, Location: Pueblo, Colorado, Ships to: US, Item: 201583372177 Very Unusual Antique Handmade Lunch Pail/Bucket. Soldered Tin. Lid with Thick and Strong 5" Pull Handle (lid is a very nice and tight fit), Plus Thinner Carry Handle, for Pail and Lid Together. STEAMPUNK! Many Uses. Someone put a lot of work into this piece. Circa 1910s - 1930s. Has a hand-soldered convex dimple (approximately 4" in diameter) in the inside, middle of the pail's bottom. This pail is in very good condition. All original. A couple of small dents from normal wear. Some rust on lid and body. Long, thin carrying handle has some rust. Does not affect piece. A very interesting handmade item. I can see it where it would have been used as someone's large daily lunch pail, with a lid. And, considering it is from Pueblo, CO - Home of CF&I Steel Mill, I can just imagine a big steel worker, carrying this pail across the street (which is now Interstate 25), to the mill. This pail could hold a TRUE meal, which was needed at that time - when most Steelworkers were putting in ten to sixteen hour shifts. Please see photographs. Thank you for looking.