This is old, marked and absolutely not perfect. It has some copper loss, has some bend in the legs, tarnish, some loss to the brass, not on the lid, a little dent and some scratching (not bad) and t is no warmer burner. However, I think this is rare and to have it marked Made in Portugal as stated in the title is amazing. It stands 9 1/2 inches high. This would be an eye catcher on a shelf of copper kettles, etc or any other setting of collectibles. I also believe this could be restored. Further, t is no reserve and has a reasonable starting price based on its age and it is my understanding these pieces are rare and come from the turn of the century late 1800's early 1900's. This did come from an estate sale. Buyer is to pay $8.50 shipping and handling. Cashier's check, money order, personal check and/or PayPal (US Dollars) accepted. Thank you for looking, PAS.
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