Implements (object genre)
These are three different sizes of wooden measures from at least the late 19th century. From left to right: pint, quart, half gallon. Each was scraped and hollowed from a single piece of wood. It is likely that they were machine made. The notches on the rim functioned to regulate the amount of liquid in the vessels (visible on smallest and largest).
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Michigan State University. Museum
Metal measures, available at: https://n2t.net/ark:/85335/m57w6758b
Three-legged cast iron pot, available at: https://n2t.net/ark:/85335/m53t9d644