Small William Bullock & Company  English Cast Iron Kettle c. 1830-1840

An excellent 1-1/2 quart capacity kettle from the William Bullock & Company iron foundry of West Bromwich
England, c. 1830-1840.  William Bullock, a contemporary of Archibald Kenrick, started his firm in 1805. The firm
operated into the 1880's, and then was sold to Salter & Co.  

In excellent condition, the kettle top lipped diameter is 6-13/16" with a base diameter of 5-1/8". The kettle stands
3-9/16" tall, excluding the ears. The teardrop shaped ears hold the original bail.

Marked on the bottom" W Bullock & Co."  and also "No. 2".


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