Most of the enamel ware of the yester-years was imported by the British and came from Czechoslovakia which has now dissolved into Czech Republic and Slovakia. A lot of the enamel way from that time is still good enough to use in everyday kitchen.
This bucket can be either used as a large vase, storage for gift wrapping paper or to collect junk items without making it look like a mess.
This one is a collectors piece and are not very easy to come by. The body is iron and has a wooden handle. The size of it suggests that it is not a commercial iron box, its a more personal one. Very well maintained too. Can make a quirky pot potpourri holder.