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Homogeneous Sequence Of Two Sugar Pans, Copper. 19th Century.
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"Homogeneous Sequence Of Two Sugar Pans, Copper. 19th Century."
Forged body with protruding beak and holding. Chamfered bottom. Long trilobed platinum socket riveted. Originally, these pans were sold without wooden handle, which most users hurry to add, for practical reasons. Like jam pans, sugar pans are never tinned indoors. Diameter: 14-12 cm. Length: 41-35 cm. 19th century. Very beautiful state. Free shipping by COLISSIMO for metropolitan France.
Price:280 €
Period:19th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Très bel état

Material : Cuivre
Length: 41 et 35 cm
Diameter : 14 et 12 cm
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Annette Lauginie
Cuivres, étains et fers forgés de la vie domestique XVIIIe et XIXe s.
Homogeneous Sequence Of Two Sugar Pans, Copper. 19th Century.
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