I worked on a large cast iron pot for a nice lady in town. It was easily over 100 years old and belonged to her grandmother. I am guessing it was for washing but can’t be sure. After hitting it hard with a twisted wire 4.5 inch brush I coated it with Ospho and painted it gloss black. I also bent a 22 inch diameter 2″ x 3/16″ circular ring with my Harbor Freight bender and added three 9 inch legs from 1″ x 3/16.” I forged the tips a little for effect. I welded all of this together though I thought of using a few rivets. It looked pretty sturdy but we’ll see. The pot will be used as a planter so I drilled five 1/4 in holes in the bottom for drainage. The bottom was thinning a little so I hope it doesn’t fall through.