This kettle was made in the 1940s / 50s and is for use as a feeder. You can either pack it with lard and seed in the same way we fill the hanging teacups, or put a piece of taper over the inside of the spout to block it and put loose seed in. This feeder will attract small birds such at tits finches and sparrows. Its mounted on oak so that both the kettle and the wood will weather up to make an even more attractive (aswell as functional) feature in your garden. A George 6th penny is fixed to the feeder as decoration.
Dimensions are as follows:- length of kettle back to tip of spout 16cm, width 12cm, hight including handle 12cm, total length mounted 29cm, mounted width 24cm, mounted depth 22cm.