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E17998 A Victorian copper spuddle. Spuddles were used in the ice cream making process, for getting the ice cream out of a sorbetiere. This one would have been for use with quite a small sorbetiere as the handle is quite short. Many were much longer than this. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper and originally the copper would have been tinned. The tinning has been removed so this is now only for decoration, although it could be re-tinned if it were required for use. It is in excellent condition and it dates from c.1870.
Dimensions: Length 37.5cm. (14 3/4in) Width 8cm. (3 1/8in).
£115. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
E17670 Pans with Provenance:
A really good set of 5 Victorian copper saute pans of varying sizes. Each one is engraved with an interesting mark but the marks do vary. The smallest is engraved 'A. Bass Rangemoor 1'. The three mid sized pans are engraved with a Barons Coronet above the initials 'B R' and the numbers '2', '4', and '6'. The largest pan is engraved on the side 'M.T.B. Rangemore 1'. These are all marks from the Rangemore estate. The largest pan also has the orb and cross symbol which is used by Benhams.
"The Rangemore Estate was created by Michael Thomas Bass, and his son Michael Arthur Bass, They were in turn Chairman of the Bass Brewery, long-serving Members of Parliament, Justices of the Peace, Deputy Lieutanants of the County of Staffordshire. Both were philanthropists who built several of the public buildings in Burton including Ferry Bridge, St Chads Church, St Paul’s Institute and the Town Hall. Michael Arthur Bass was created Baronet in 1882 and Baron Burton of Rangemore and Burton-on-Trent in 1886."
All of these pans are in very good condition but the tinning, to the interiors, is worn so they could not be used. They are, however, a very interesting, decorative set and they date from c.1885.
The sizes vary from the smallest, which is 24cm. (9 1/2in diameter) and overall length 41.8cm. (16 1/2in), to the largest which is 39cm. (15 3/8in) diameter and overall length 70cm. (27 1/2in).
£565.
the set.
U.S.A.
+£45.
Western
Europe
Nil.
E17490 A Victorian copper coal scoop with a turned wooden handle, dating from c.1890. This piece is made from a substantial gauge of copper and the handle is turned from oak. There is pitting to the copper, and there is slight wear to the end of the scoop, from use. Otherwise it is in good condition.
Dimensions: Length 33.6cm. (13 1/3in) Width 13cm. (5 1/8in) Depth11.5cm. (4 1/2in).
£42. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
E17789 A good quality, and very ornate, French copper and brass grain measure dating from c.1860. The shape of these measures was designed to resemble a drum and the banding, to the rim, base and sides of the measure is in brass, giving a nice contrast to the copper. It has long, copper, hollow handles to either side. Often, as these were utility items, they can be very plain but this example has an attractive pattern worked into the copper. This has been created by the use of a small tool which has punched circular marks into the copper in both straight and wavy lines. The piece is in excellent condition and it would make an interesting waste paper bin or jardiniere.
Dimensions: Height 22.2cm. (8 3/4in) Width 38cm. (15in) Depth 29.8cm. (11 3/4").
£225. U.S.A.
+£25.
Western
Europe
+£10.
E17761 A large, and attractively shaped, French copper watering can dating from c.1900. This piece is well made, from a very heavy gauge of copper which has been spun. There are spining lines visible on the body of the piece. There is slight denting, from use, to the spout and the handle, but other than that the piece is in very good condition. There is solder around the handle and spout, where they are joined onto the body. This is the way that the piece has been made, not a fault.
Dimensions: Height 50cm. (19 3/4 in) Diameter at its widest part 30.5cm. (12 in) Total width, from the outer edge of the handle to the edge of the spout 60.3cm. (23 3/4 in).
£295. U.S.A.
+£40.
Western
Europe
+£10.
E17694 An unusual shaped, small copper pot with a wooden handle. Unmarked. Date: c.1910. Size: The pot is 10.8cm. (4 1/4") long at the base, by 7.5cm. (3") wide by 2.3cm (4 7/8") high. The total width of the pan and handle is 17.5cm. (6 7/8"). This is an interesting, decorative shape. The turned oak handle is attached to the pan with a very ornately shaped, copper fitting and there is a small, brass finial on the lid. All of the seams are rolled. It would probably have been made as a chocolate or brandy warming pot. It is in very good condition nd the tinning, to the interior, is still in quite good condition. £98. U.S.A.
+£15.
Western
Europe
+£10.
E17515 A long, French copper, circular strainer. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 52cm. (20 1/2") long. The pierced section of the strainer is 15cm. (5 7/8") diameter. This piece is made from a very heavy gauge of copper. It has a turned end, which is shaped like a shepherds' crook, for hanging. The rim of the strainer is slightly mishappen in two places but otherwise it is in very good condition. £92. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17461 A long, French copper, circular strainer. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 48.8cm. (19 1/4") long. The pierced section of the strainer is 13.7cm. (5 3/8") diameter. This piece is made from a very heavy gauge of copper and it has a very simple turned end for hanging. It is in excellent condition. £92. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17217 A French copper strainer or fish slice. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 43cm. (17") long. The pierced section of the strainer is 11.5cm. (4 1/2") long by 9cm. (3 1/2") wide. This piece is made from a heavy gauge of copper. It has a turned end, which is shaped like a shepherds' crook, for hanging, and it has etched markings down one side of the handle, which is quite unusual. It is in excellent condition. £62. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17265 A French copper fish slice. Unmarked. Date: c.1890. Size: 45.7cm. (18") long. The pierced section of the strainer is 12.5cm. (5") long by 9cm. (3 1/2") wide and it is particularly flat, for use as a fish slice rather than a more general drainer. This piece is made from a heavy gauge of copper and it has a turned end, which is shaped like a shepherds' crook, for hanging. It is in excellent condition. £62. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17368 A very attractive shaped French copper jug. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 35.5cm. (14") high by 19.4cm. (7 5/8") diameter at the base. The total width, from the outer edge of the handle to the opposite side of the jug is 27cm. (10 5/8"). This jug was probably, originally for use as a milk jug. It was definately for use with food as the interior was originally tinned. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper and has a wide, castellated seam up the side, under the handle. It is in excellent condition but the tinning to the interior is now worn. £225. U.S.A.
+£25.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17287 A long, French copper strainer or fish slice. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 50.5cm. (19 7/8") long. The pierced section of the strainer is 14cm. (5 1/2") long by 10.8cm. (4 1/4") wide. This piece is made from a heavy gauge of copper. It has a turned end, which is shaped like a shepherds' crook, for hanging. It is in excellent condition. £72. U.S.A.
+£15.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17302 A long, French copper, circular strainer. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 53cm. (20 7/8") long. The pierced section of the strainer is 14.5cm. (5 3/4") diameter. This piece is made from a very heavy gauge of copper. It has a turned end, which is shaped like a shepherds' crook, for hanging. There is wear to the end of the strainer but otherwise it is in very good condition. £92. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17238 A long, French copper, circular strainer. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 52cm. (20 1/2") long. The pierced section of the strainer is 13.3cm. (5 1/4") diameter. This piece is made from a very heavy gauge of copper. It has a turned end, which is shaped like a shepherds' crook, for hanging. It is in excellent condition. £92. U.S.A.
+£20.
Western
Europe
+£10.
D17021 A large copper cooking pot and cover. Unmarked. Date: c.1850. Size: The pot is 38.8cm. (15 1/4") diameter by 33.7cm. (13 1/4"). It has a simple, strap handle to the lid and and very substantial tubular copper handles to the sides. The fittings are all fairly simple in form. The total height, including the handle is 40.5cm. (16") and the total width is 48.2cm. (19"). This piece would, originally, have been made as a cooking pot as the interior has been tinned. The tinning, however, is now well worn and there has been a repair to the base, so it is now only for decorative use. It would make a very useful, and attractive coal bin. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper and has castellated seams around the base and up one side. It has some denting, from use, and, as previously mentioned, there is a repair to the rim around the base. £225. U.S.A.
+£55.
Western
Europe
+£15.
C16454 An unusual French copper bidet liner. Unmarked. Date: c.1860. Size: 47cm. (18 1/2") long by 29.5cm. (11 5/8") wide by 10.5cm. (4 1/8") deep. This is a most unusual item to find made from copper. It could now make a very interesting shaped jardiniere, to take two plants, or it is just an interesting shape to hang on a wall. It is beautifully made, with castellated seams all around the base and up the side. There is also a small patch in the base were a piece of copper has been added to make up the size. This is also put in with castellated seams and can be seen in the image. The bidet liner is in very good condition. The interior was originally tinned and this is now worn. A small, copper loop has been attached to one end so that the piece can hang. £135. U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£10.

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