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Antique Copper Urn Possibly Benham & Sons/benham & Froud London, England

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19th Century Harrods Copper Cooking Pan With Lid By Jones Brothers, London

   Discovered in Wiltshire this high-quality pan with cast iron handles was made by Jones Brothers of London and retailed through Harrods and is clearly stamped for both. The hand engraved initial under a crown on the lid shows this was made for someone of significance; possibly a peer of the realm. 12cm L: 23cm (including handles) D. It has clearly seen some use in its long life and shows signs of several very old repairs. The lid is slightly warped and has several marks and dents, particularly to the rim as does the pan itself. Both handles are securely fitted and it has a lovely patina...

Antique Victorian Temple & Crook London Copper Ice Cream Mould Bombe

   Antique Victorian copper ice cream mould bombe. Dating to circa 1870, it is of very good quality, and is stamped on the lid with maker's mark'Temple & Crook, Ironmongers, Motcomb St. Featuring a ring pull handle on the lid which is firmly rivetted into place via a copper collar. The mould stands on a heavy copper foot which I believe is weighted with lead, and is tin lined. Dimensions - 11cm dia x 17cm height / Depth of basin 12cm / Rim 1mm / Weight 2.3kg. Although intended for ice cream, it would also be used for any sweet dessert or savoury dish. In overall good used antique ...

Antique Harrods London 15 Copper Mixing Bowl With Stand

   Large antique 19th century copper mixing bowl with cast iron tripod stand. The bowl is marked'15' and'Harrods LD. The copper ring handle is fitted into place by a rivetted copper collar. The bowl rim has a small dovetail joint above the handle. The legs on the tripod stand are firmly rivetted into place. Dimensions - Bowl 38cm dia (15") x 20cm Height (8") / Weight 3kg. Stand 29cm dia (11.5") x 25cm Height (10") / Weight 1.6kg. In very good used antique condition with marks and wear associated with use. A rare find, this would make a stunning addition to any kitchen copper ...

Art Union Of London Antique Tazza 1851 Cast Iron 0ne Of Twenty Made

  A very rare, Victorian cast iron "Troy" tazza modelled and cast in the classical Greek style in 1851 by E W Wyon the renown sculptor, medal & coin maker. Only 20 of these tazzas were made. The original one was shown at the 1851 Crystal Palace Great Exhibition by Wyon. The Art Union of London bought the original one and consequently commissioned a further 19 of them which were then distributed as prizes by The Art Union in their annual lottery draw. The interior of the tazza is modelled in bas relief with 7 classical Greek figures including Hercules, and 3 trees surrounding a central ...

Victorian Copper The Still Hygienic Urn W. M. Still & Sons London & Manchester

   Here we have a good quality large size Copper Urn with a plaque titled "The Still Hygienic Urn". This looks to have originally been a part of something more elaborate as a section next to the tap is closed off. This is a top quality Urn from the makers W. Still & Sons London & Manchester. The tap a good heavy duty one in good order. There is denting in places commensurate with age, one of the handles to the lid is a little loose. All seals are good and holds water well. The Tap could use descaling and currently has one drip every 20-30 seconds, I will look at this when I get ...

Antique Benham & Froud Consomme Pot Lid Saute Pan London Savoy Grill Rare

   Large antique Benham & Froud copper consomme/stock pot lid. It has brass handles rather than the usual cast iron ones found on lesser lids and pots - these are attached with copper rivets. More often than not these lids became separated from their original pot, as many French chefs tended to use foil to cover the stock pot, then use the lid as a make shift saute pan. This beauty has recently been fully refurbished, including a deep clean, polish and re-tinning. This was part of a large collection of copper cookware salvaged from a London re-tinning workshop that closed many ...

Antique Victorian Copper Tazza By Art Union Of London Fruit Candle Stand Holder

   DESCRIPTION :- ORIGINAL VICTORIAN ERA HAND MADE TAZZA WITH A RENAISSANCE STYLE PUTTI AND SCROLLING VINES & LEAVES DECORATIVE BORDER AND IS MARKED ON THE BASE WITH A ENGRAVED PLATE, THE ART UNION OF LONDON WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1837 AS A LOTTERY FOR THE NORMAL PEOPLE GIVING THEM A OPPORTUNITY TO OWN HAND CRAFTED PIECES THEY ALSO GAVE PIECES OUT AS PRIZES FOR ART WHICH WERE MAINLY MEDALS, THE UNION MADE MANY PRODUCTS INCLUDING POTTERY AND METALS OF WHICH WERE MADE BY MANY FAMOUS ARTISTS AND COMPANIES FROM THE ERA. GREAT UNUSUAL QUIRKY DISPLAY PIECE. ITEM CONDITION :-GOOD TO FAIR...

Vintage Leon Jaeggi Helveta Copper Stock Pot 2 Gallons Kitchen Farmhouse London

   Vintage Leon Jaeggi Helveta Copper Stock Pot Approx 2 Gallons Kitchen Farmhouse London. In superb condition standing approx 30cms high to the top of the handle on lid x 20cms wide. The copper is a heavy gauge and is approx 2.5mm thick, the pot weighs approx 4.6 kg. Please study photos for detail. The item "Vintage Leon Jaeggi Helveta Copper Stock Pot 2 Gallons Kitchen Farmhouse London" is in sale since Thursday, January 14, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Metalware\Copper". The seller is "minty_badger" and is located in Dorset. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, ...

Antique Moresi & Lucca Copper Saucepan Savoy Grill Savoy Court London Rare

   Large antique hammered copper saucepan dating from the late 19th Century. Stamped with the makers' mark (Moresi & Lucca Coppersmiths, 58 Neal St, London), Savoy Court and later SGR, 1 & 6 - this piece was salvaged from a London refinishing company over 30 years ago, and has not seen the light of day since. This particular pan is believed to date from the very first days of the Savoy Hotel, circa 1890. The hotel was built on the site of the former Savoy Palace, which had been almost destroyed by a fire in 1864, leaving only the walls and the chapel intact. It was acquired in ...

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