|Object:||Large copper kettle 18th century|
|Estimated Period:||18th century|
|Country of Origin:||France|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear|
18th century copper kettle.
A beautiful hand hammered red copper boiler with cast iron handle. Truly breathtaking patina, on the inside, outside, and at the underside. The underside shows traces of years of use over the fire. One-of-a-kind.
Height: approximately 41 cm, diameter 30 cm. Presumably French made. Weight: 6 kg.
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Catawiki member since May 29, 2019, received 15 reviews in total (15 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (15 reviews)|
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|Rest of Europe||$39.90|
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