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  • Early 20th Century French Porcelain Tureen


    12.25"H x 12"W x 10"D

    Dimensions: 12-1/4″H x 12″W x 10″D

    A beautiful glazed, white ironstone tureen with a pedestal base that is perfect for serving guests soups, stews, and gumbos.  Its glazed-white finish gleams in the light and adds to the piece’s overall appeal. A styled bell pepper provides a handle for the pot’s lid. Complete with two ornate handles and close-fitting lid, this intrinsically beautiful vessel will take your dinner gathering to the next level.

  • Early 20th Century French Porcelain Tureen


    10"H x 11"W x 8.5"D

    Dimensions: 10″H x 11″W x 8-1/2″D

    A lovely white-glazed porcelain soup tureen, with styled lid, from France. The lid features a handle that is made in the form of an artichoke. The brilliant white finish is clean and unblemished, ideal for serving soups, stews, or gumbos. Two handles are fashioned onto the sides with acanthus embellishments. The vessel rests on a pedestal base. With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful: both on and off the table.

  • English Late 19th Century Large Brass Table Scale & Weights


    44.75"H x 48"W x 15.75"D

    Dimensions: 44 3/4″H x 48″W x 15 3/4″D

    A stunning, large brass table scale, made near the turn of the century, England. The scale is no longer operational, but still makes an mighty impact on a space. The scale is made of brass, with two copper weigh pans. The shaped arms support the hanging pans, attached by linked brass strands. As seen in the detailed photos, each copper pan has been stamped numerous times with a seal, bearing a year, surrounded by Greek letters. The English crown can also be seen stamped into the copper. These dates signify when the scale was last calibrated. The brass column shaft sits atop a brass pedestal, which sits atop stacked brass, which sits upon a piece of gray marble. The entire scale is lifted by brass ball feet. The scale includes the weights with which it is pictured.

  • French 19th Century Yellow-Glazed Cream Bowl


    8.75"H x 22.25"W x 20"D

    Dimensions: 8-3/4″H x 22-1/4″W x 20″D

    A lovely glazed terra cotta cream bowl from 19th century France. This earthen bowl, also known as a pancheon, was used to stand milk while the cream separates. The cream is then poured off the top with the small spout found on the pot’s lip. This antique bowl is in excellent condition, with both handles intact. The interior has been glazed a beautiful ochre yellow. This glaze prevented the milk from being absorbed by the terra cotta. Today, this wonderful bowl would make a fantastic fruit bowl or decorative object about the house.

  • French 19th Century Glazed Yellow Mixing Bowl


    9.5"H x 19.75"W x 19.75"D

    Dimensions: 9-1/2″ H X 19-3/4 ” Diameter

    Glazed yellow-and-brown mixing bowl from France, c.1860.

  • English Hand-Turned Wooden Bowl


    5"H x 12"W x 12"D

    Dimensions: 5″H x 12″Diameter

    English hand-turned and carved wooden bowl with minimal decoration, 1900’s.

  • French 19th Century Duck Confit Jar


    9"H x 9.375"W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 9″H x 9-3/8″W x 7″D

    French 19th century glazed confit jar, from France c.1860, for storing duck meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on the top half of the jar and in the inside to save money. The glazed-yellow interior of the jar held the meat and fat inside. For storing, meat needed to be kept cold, so holes were dug in the ground and the dirt would come up half way up the jar, hence the reason why the lower half of the pot does not need to be glazed.

  • English 19th Century Glazed Mixing Bowl


    7"H x 15.25"W x 15.25"D

    Dimensions: 7″H x 15-1/4″Diameter

    English 19th century yellow-glazed terracotta mixing bowl Rich in glossy dark reds on the exterior, enhanced in a soft golden yellow interior. It is a beautiful example of 19th century kitchenware.

  • English Etched-and-Frosted Glass and Silverplate Biscuit Barrel


    7.63"H x 5.25"W x 5.25"D

    Dimensions: 7-5/8″H x 5-1/4″Diameter

    An etched-and-frosted glass biscuit barrel, looking just like a barrel! With a silverplate top and rim, also etched with the words ‘BISCUITS’, c. 1900.

  • French 19th Century Duck Confit Jar


    9.375"H x 10.5"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 9-3/8″H x 10-1/2″W x 8-3/4″D

    Green-glazed confit jar, from France c. 1860, for storing duck meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on their top halves and insides. This was to save money. The glazed yellow interior of the jar held the meat and fat. For storing, meat needed to be kept cold, so holes were dug in the ground and the jars were partially buried. Since the lower half was sunken below the earth, the lower exterior did not need to be glazed. Notice the lines of yellow in this beautiful piece!

  • English Victorian Scale and Weights


    8.25"H x 19.13"W x 9.5"D

    Dimensions: 8-1/4″H x 19-1/8″W x 9-1/2″D

    English cast-iron scale with a white marble weighing platform. This scale has eight original weights: 4lb, 2lb, 1lb, 8oz, 4oz, 2oz, 1oz, 1/2oz. Scales can be both functional and decorative. With its clean, white marble platform, this scale would look great in a kitchen!

  • French 19th Century Glass Cheese Dome


    9.625"H x 7.785"W x 7.785"D

    Dimensions: 9-5/8″H x 7-7/8″Diameter

    A diminutive cheese or cake dome, c.1880, France. This antique piece is made of rolled-glass and is used to keep cakes or cheese fresh and free from unwanted visitors. It’s bulbous rolled glass handle makes for easy lifting.

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