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SYRUP KETTLES
Millstones.com

Syrup kettles, such as those offered by Millstones.com, 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. They make great planters, fountain bases and fire pits.

Millstones.com
(Millstones/Syrup Kettles)
United States
Service Area
404.310.6490
Millstones.com
Millstones.com

Millstones.com offers genuine antique millstones and sugar cane syrup kettles that provide unique historical enhancements to your home or business landscape. Our millstones and cast iron sugar cane syrup kettles are genuine historical artifacts recovered from all over the United States. Millstones have always been symbols of both the harvest and hospitality. Syrup kettles, offered in four basic sizes, make fabulous fountain bases, planters, even fire pits. Our inventory includes over 180 millstones, kettles, fountain displays, butcher blocks and turbines on this site. Because each one is unique, you are sure to find exactly what you need for your project. Soup to nuts, we provide full service. We even palletize and ship direct to your location.

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