Keeler brass ashtray circa 1967

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This is a brass ashtray by Michigan artist Miner "Mike" Keeler dated 1967. A philanthropist and supporter of the arts, Keeler's family founded the Keeler Brass Company in 1893, and which he ran from 1962-1979. The ashtray inspiration comes from the Hemingway novel "The Old Man and the Sea." It is a beautifully detailed and heavy casted brass tray.


In good condition with wear consistent with age and use.


Length 6.25 inch 15.9 cm
Width 4.875 inch 12.4 cm
Height 1.125 inch 2.9 cm 


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