Lot of black trimmed white enamelware kitchen pieces from an old farm kitchen here in Wisconsin. They've had a hard life and show a lot of use, but we always love enamel ware, it's such a good collectible country primitive. You can never have too much enamelware!
The large stock pot is big enough to use as a canner for pint sized jars - it's 6" deep (6 1/4" brim full) and 10" in diameter. This holds 8 or 9 quarts comfortably, 10 quarts brim full.
The other pieces are a 12 1/2" diameter dishpan bowl, two good big plates, and also an unusual pan made like a basin with a handle, which we love!