Huge Antique Gaillard copper roaster

S/N:109000639

+39 (0)371 412684

+39 (0)335 6000699

Website


  • £591
  • €700 Euro
  • $777 US Dollar

Italy

Purchase
Securely
DC Member since 2019
Item enquiry Delivery quote Similar item? Stock request

  • Description
  • Location
  • About dealer

Huge Antique Gaillard copper roaster

BIBLIOTHECA CULINARIA
Large antique roaster made by Gaillard (Paris) with brass handles fixed with three rivets. Given the size and the stamp of this well-known supplier of cooking ware to restaurants and hotels in Paris, it is likely that the piece was made for professional use. This roasting dish has been polished, but not overly cleaned. There are some small scratches and marks in line with its age and years of use.

Definitely out of step for modern ovens, nothing prevents you from redirecting this wonderful piece to another use. Filled with ice, it could host a selection of oysters for a party in style. Length 70 cm - Width 45 cm - Height 10 cm - Weight 15,700 kg

We have a number of other antique copper pans and pots and please enquire with us or see our other listings for information.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 10cm (3.94in)
  • W: 45cm (17.72in)
  • D: 70cm (27.56in)

Period: 

19th Century

Italian Dealer

Contact Us

Email

Telephone: +39 (0)371 412684

Mobile: +39 (0)335 6000699

BIBLIOTHECA CULINARIA

By Appointment
Lodi
Italy

WWW.BIBLIOTHECACULINARIA.IT

Bibliotheca Culinaria began as a specialized publisher providing books to Italy's professional chefs. Our curiosity regarding culinary history led to an interest in material culture and the many tools and objects that relate to agriculture, cooking, and dining.

We've assisted restaurants, pastry shops, and hotels in locating unusual items for their decor and are always delighted to add to a collection of kitchenalia. We welcome the challenge of assembling groups of objects for maximum visual impact. Our stock, largely Italian and French in origin, encompasses a range of materials and eras from Alpine treen to French majolica, from copper pots to Murano glass.

We find objects that display signs of use to be particularly eloquent. Handling them, we are reminded of the lasting impact of simple quotidian gestures and they return us to the particular convivial atmosphere of past times.

SOCIAL MEDIA:  PinterestInstagram

We use cookies to help make this website better. Find out more about cookies.