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The perforated tin or sheet metal looks black, possibly from soot. Is it? The perforations in the shape of the Star of David could indicate a Jewish connection. Is there a religious celebration that requires heating something?  The elaborate brass grate indicates the use was meaningful.

The initials look like boyfriend-girlfriend, CTU + ACU doodlings.

Is there a manufacturer's plate on back, sides or bottom? Patent number, date,etc.

Thanks for the input. Alas, no manufacturer's mark, the writing in pencil on the bottom could be a price(?) as in 9.00. I'll keep in investigating, you've led me in an interesting direction I would not have thought of!!

I'm reminded of the arc sp? of the covenant, carried by two poles etc.. Maybe a box for a Torah sp?

Perfect!  That makes sense.

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