Sap bucket - ROM2006_6462_1


Sap bucket

Maker: Unidentified maker
Medium:Maple and metal
Geography: Ontario or Quebec, Canada
Date: c. 1860-1880
25.4 (height) x 16.5 (outside diameter) cm
Object number: 967X322
On view
Gallery Location:Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada
DescriptionThis is an example of a bucket used to collect sap from a maple tree, which is then boiled down to produce a variety of maple products, most notably maple syrup. The commonly used ratio of sap need to syrup made is 40:1. So, many full buckets would have been required to produce a usable amount of syrup.
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