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Kettle Stand

Vogler, John __Possibly by
Place Made:
Salem North Carolina United States of America
Date Made:
c. 1832
iron –brass
HOA 2 1/8; WOA 6 1/4; DOA 4 1/2
Accession Number:
DESCRIPTION: An oval shaped stand on four legs which are rivetted to the frame. This frame part is iron. Within the frame are the initials E.K. made out of brass.
HISTORY: Eliza Ellen (Elsie) Kernan was Eliza Vierling Kremer’s granddaughter. See accession # 2940.10. A letter written by Elsie Kernan to Eliza Kremer. There is no additional information found on Elsie. She does not have a memoir in the Salem Archives. See 2925.1 for teakettle.
Credit Line:
Given in memory of Thomas Kernan.