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Object Name Beanpot
Description Large metal pot covered in red enamel with a lid on top.
Lid is "A"; red enamel in a concave shape much like that of a flatter bell; top has a button shaped handle that is slightly raised and has been worn down so that enamel is almost fully chipped away; the metal is rusting and the top has a small but very visible hole in the shape of a triangle; the sides of the lid are worn and have multiple scratches all the way around which go through the enamel; the inside lip of the lid is extremely rusty and warped with some holes in it; the inside of the lid is very grimy around the edges.
"B" is the actual pot and has matching enamel with a grey streaked interior; the shape of the pot is cylindrical with the middle bulging out; Curved handle on one side of the pot; the lip of the top of the pot has been scratched and chipped, most noticeably on the inside in the grey with the rest of the inside being dinged; the sides on the outside of the pot are fairly well kept; top of the handle has a thin wear line all the way down it and a large chip on the top; side opposite handle is worn on bottom half, with discoloration from wear, scratches and a large oval chip near the bottom; the bottom is worn,has many scratches.
Object Number 2006.007.003 AB