Syrup Kettles

Syrup kettles are cast iron relics of old farms and plantations in the south. They were used to boil down sugar cane juice, to render syrup, so originally they had fire under them. They were multi faceted: Many farmers scalded hogs in them at butchering time. The make great planters, fountain bases and firepits. You should spend a lot of time on the syrup kettle portfolio: we've shipped these to a ton of talented designers across the country, and they've sent us a ton of pictures with great ideas. Many are unmarked, but some carry markings where they were cast including Chattanooga, Savannah, Macon, or Columbus. But again, many are plain. 

100 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #100G

CODE: #100G

$4,500.00
In stock

The big one. 100 gallon kettle. Almost a full five feet across. We have eight of these total in stock. Weight approximately 475 lbs.

Minimum quantity for "100 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #100G" is 1.


150 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #150G

CODE: #150G

$7,500.00
In stock

Really Big, Really rare. two to choose, 150 gallon Chattanooga Plow Cast Iron Syrup Kettle. Or a Goldens Foundry, Columbus, Georgia. Both are 68 inches across, 21 inches deep, with 4 1/2 inch lip, 1 inch thick. Weight approximately 1200 lbs. each.

Minimum quantity for "150 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #150G" is 1.


150 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #150G, no lip

CODE: #150G, no lip

Out-of-stock
$5,500.00

Really Big, Really rare. One of a kind. Approximately 150 gallon in volume, Cast Iron. 60 inches across rim to rim, no lip, only 14 inches deep, several pictures available. Weight approximately 1200 lbs.

Minimum quantity for "150 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #150G, no lip" is 1.


50 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #50G

CODE: #50G

$3,000.00
In stock

47-48 inches in diameter, 15 inches deep, and the rim is 4 1/2 inches around. No chips, cracks, or breaks, this kettle is in good shape. No founders mark can be found on it. Clean.


60 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #60G

CODE: #60G

$3,500.00
In stock

Clean, simple lines. 52" in diameter and includes a 5" rim, and is 16" deep. Several of these in stock. 


60 Gallon Cast Iron Low Boy Kettle, #60G-LB

CODE: #60G-LB

$3,750.00
In stock

Low and classic, the kettle is 48 inches wide, and the rim is only 3 inches. But what makes it so pretty is how low it sits....it's only 14 inches deep.


80 Gallon Cast Iron Kettle, #80G

CODE: #80G

$4,000.00
In stock

56" across, 17" deep, and includes a 5" rim. Several in stock.


80 Gallon Cast Iron Low Boy Kettle, #80-LB

CODE: #80-LB

$4,250.00
In stock

Low and classic, the kettle is 56 3/4 wide, and the rim is only 3 inches. But what makes it so pretty is how low it sits....it's only 14 1/2 deep.


80 Gallon Kettle Firepot with Stand, #80G-Stand

CODE: #80G-Stand

$5,000.00
In stock

Imagine gathering the family around this firepit on the back deck on a cold night! It sets in a custom made, welded steel stand that is both sturdy and safe. We have several of these in kettles in stock, some with markings from foundries including Chattanooga Plow, Kehoe's and Rourkes, both in Savannah, Columbus Iron Works and Goldens, both in Columbus, even some plain ones. Weight with stand approximately 600 lbs.


Granite Curbing

CODE: GC

$18.00
In stock

That's $18 per linear foot, packaged in random lengths. Old Antique Atlanta Granite Curbing, Chipped, not sawn, original, several hundred feet available. Palletized 30-37 feet per pallet, 3000-3500 lbs per pallet, warehoused in Chamblee, Georgia. Weight approximately 90 lbs per linear foot. 

 

Minimum quantity for "Granite Curbing" is 1.


Oblong 200 Gallon Cast Iron Trough, #200G-Oblong

CODE: #200G-Oblong

$5,500.00
In stock

Approximately 200 Gallons. Attention Horse Lovers—From Piedmont, Alabama, was reported to have come from a saltpeter mine (gunpowder) on Lookout Mountain circa Civil War. Would look great with rock base at high end horse farm. Weight approximately 1800 lbs.

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