I've got a few around the house. This one holds some cooking utensils.
Some slop jars have knobs on the sides where a woven wicker or rattan carrying handle was attached (as shown in the first photo of this post). I've got two such slop pails, both missing the wicker carrying handle. You may have noticed this one before. It holds a small collection of vintage rolling pins,
and this one makes a great pot for a topiary.
All of my slop buckets are from the Aesthetic Movement (1880's).
There are countless ways you could decorate with a slop bucket...how about as a waste basket in the bathroom? Slop pails are also large enough to hold a few rolled up bath towels.
I just got this teal colored slop pail in and it's in my shop HERE
It is complete with the inner drainer.
I once had this one on my back patio with a narrow trellis and clematis growing in it...it was gorgeous!
Later it became a centerpiece for a tablescape filled with silk flowers.
Hmm, what else could you use a slop pail for?
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