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Item:232927445462This smallish Japanese kettle is probably 75-100 years old, and appears to be made of brass. We're not completely sure, but it seems to have been used for melting and pouring wax or something like wax. There are no markings. There is general wear, dustiness, and tarnishing, with some spots and patches of minor oxidation as well as much wax or wax-like residue stuck on the inside, but there is no significant structural damage. Size: About W4 3/16" (105mm) X H3 5/8" (93mm), not including the spout, lid, and handle. This item is set to ship via Air Mail, and should arrive within 7-14 days after being posted. The postage charge shown for this listing applies to shipping anywhere in the world outside of Asia. (Other items currently listed by Tetsuguchi.) General Note about Shipping: Unless otherwise indicated, we ship all of our items via Standard Air Mail. Nonetheless, we are always happy to change shipping methods if faster (and thus more expensive) or cheaper (and thus slower) shipping is desired. The shipping options available are (from fastest and most expensive to slowest and least expensive): EMS, Air Mail, SAL (economy airmail), Surface. Registered mail with tracking is also available for an additional US$4.00 above the standard Air Mail shipping cost stated in the description. We are glad to combine multiple items for shipping, and of course will discount some of the postage charges for each item after the first one. Please note that the shipping discount is not large for heavy items, but for small, light things we will discount the shipping charges by 40-100 percent, depending on how heavy it is and how it needs to be packed. We ship at least once and very often twice a week, and so most of the time items will be in the mail within no more than 10 business days after we have received payment. We also always send a brief note informing buyers when their items have shipped.Condition:There is general wear, dustiness, and tarnishing, with some spots and patches of minor oxidation as well as much wax or wax-like residue stuck on the inside, but there is no significant structural damage., Region of Origin:Japan, Age:1900-1940, Primary Material:Brass, Original/Reproduction:Antique Original
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Small Brass Kettle / Wax Pourer? / Japanese / Antique