Cast Iron Church Offertory Box

  • This stately cast iron offertory box is a charming relic of the church
  • Such pieces were generally found at the back of a church to collect offerings for the poor
  • Crafted in a hexagonal shape, this example is both beautiful and functional
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Item No. 30-9822

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Crafted of cast iron, this offertory box is a charming relic of the church. Generally found at the back of a church to collect offerings for the poor, these boxes were once a staple of the church environment. The religious artifact is masterfully crafted in a hexagonal shape that is both aesthetically beautiful and highly functional. "Offerings for the Poor" lettering graces the front, while a golden chain keeps the entire structure secure. Many such pieces have been lost to time, so to find an original alms box in such wonderful condition is truly outstanding.

Early 20th century

 12" wide x 12" deep x 46" high
Cast Iron Church Offertory Box
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Other
Depth: 12.0 Inches
Width: 12.0 Inches
Height: 46.0 Inches

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