[Mccoypottery-talk] Today's finds

Jennifer Smith capriherb@dialupnet.com
Mon, 17 Nov 2003 06:01:23 -0500

So is that what these wooden buckets are used for?  To tap the maple trees?
That's what I didn't know.  Why then are there little tiny ones?  I bought
one that isn't more than 6 inches across.  I bought 3 of them because they
are superb in craftsmanship and should have probably bought more because
they are so beautiful!

Jennifer Smith
Hull full of Ohio Pottery and Glassware
Capriherb Farm
Baltimore Ohio

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I would guess sugar buckets are still used since trees are still tapped
fo maple sirup.

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