Coquemar In Copper. Marine Anchors Punches. Eighteenth Century flag

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"Coquemar In Copper. Marine Anchors Punches. Eighteenth Century"
The belly generously curved, forged and assembled in wolf teeth, poses on a high pedestal holding, with rolled edge. Roof with a slightly domed roof. Winding ram in ram horns. Fixed handle in copper. Wrought iron wrought iron handle. Unusual presence of a marine anchor on the handle and cup, which suggests a use on a building of the navy or in the kitchens of an arsenal. Height at the lid: 29.5 cm. The coquemar, ancestor of the kettle, sat permanently in the chimney, hooked to the rack or placed on a tripod. It contained the supply of hot water for domestic use. Eighteenth century very good condition. Inconvenient and discreet restoration at the rolled edge of the pedestal. Free shipping by COLISSIMO for metropolitan France.
Price: 1 380 €
Period: 18th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Très bel état

Material: Copper
Height: 29,5 cm

Reference: 300027
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Annette Lauginie
Cuivres, étains et fers forgés de la vie domestique XVIIIe et XIXe s.
Coquemar In Copper. Marine Anchors Punches. Eighteenth Century
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