19th Century French Polished Copper Poissonniere Fish Kettle with Liner
This large diamond shape “Poissonniere” (or fish pot) was crafted in France, circa 1870. Made out of copper with large forged brass handles attached with rivets, this rustic kitchen essential has the original removable zinc liner, and could still be used for fish cooking. The kettle pot is in excellent condition with a rich, patinated polished finish. This sturdy, versatile, traditional piece could also be used as a decorative flower jardinière center piece, or simply displayed on top of kitchen cabinets.
Measures: 24″ W x 19′ D x 6.5″ H.
|Dimensions||24" W x 19" D x 6.5" H|