A heavy oval kettle with a nice thick brass finial, detailed brass handles with a porcelain top to the handle still fully intact, and a goose neck spout. Stamped to the bottom is its maker "William Soutter " with the letter "B" for its earliest location in Birmingham before it burned down. This company was best known for their kettles. C. 1850
Size: 9.5"H x 10"W
Materials: Copper, tin, porcelain.
Country of Origin: France
All items in our vintage copper collection were curated exclusively for Old World Kitchen by: Coppermill Kitchen
A beautiful French stockpot with dovetailed brass braised seams up one side and around the bottom. Heavy forged iron handles with large hand rolled rivets. This stunning piece has been expertly restored for everyday use. C. 1880 7.5" Diameter x 6.5"H without handles/ 10.5"W x 8.5"H with handles Materials: Copper...
This is one of my favorite pieces yet-- it is so unique and delightfully heavy! A thick gauge cauldron with a hand hammered finish. Our favorite part is the really thick hand cut details on this piece. The swing handle and most of all the copper ring with a beautifully...
A favorite of mine from this collection- a very heavy petite saucepan featuring a 3mm thickness with a hammered finish. Stamped on the pan is a mark we are not familiar with the letters "PM" and "Mexico". The iron handle and flange are utterly charming with decorative details. You have...
An elegant, hand formed antique copper French mould with a swirl design. Expertly restored and fully functional. C. 1880 4.25"Diameter x 2.75"H Materials: Copper Country of Origin: France All items in our vintage copper collection were curated exclusively for Old World Kitchen by: Coppermill Kitchen