Set consists of several brands. All pans/boilers in very neat condition.
Photo 1 to 6 whole set
As of photo 7 to 11 there’s 3 x Culinox Spring 77, made in Switzerland.
Professional saucepan 21 cm
Professional casseroles 17 and 21 cm
As of photo 12 it shows handle + stamp Copral made in Portugal. This boiler is 20 x 10 cm, and has a small dent.
Fish fillet pan is 29 x 19 cm, no stamp. The same batter, and same handle / same notch in handle as at boiler.
As of photo 15 there are no stamps on the items. However, I think that set from photo 15 belongs together because the batter, handles and colours are identical. In these pictures there are 2 kettles with lid, largest is 15 cm high and diameter is 19 cm. Smaller one is 8 cm high and diameter is 16 cm.
2 Identical oven trays 18 cm
Photo 18 to 22 are 3 saucepans with a round stamp always on the same spot under handle,
17 cm, 20 cm, 23 cm
23 to 26 are 2 saucepans 22 cm and appear to be their own subgroup
The 2 smallest pans with handle and another pan with lid seem to be a different kind.
1 Saucepan with handle has a gravy pouring spout. Photo 27 to 29. Diameter 9 cm and 5.5 cm high. Pan with lid is 17 cm and 7 cm high.
Photo 30 to 35 depicts 3 x WMF pans. 1 x Hotel 28.5 cm - 16.5 cm and 3.5 cm tall.
2 x WMF Cromargan both are 33.5 cm x 20.5 cm and 4 high
It may be that each pan or boiler must have a stamp to belong to a particular brand.
I am referring to this on the set of Copral pans/boilers.
It has not been my intention to mislead, however I have seriously looked at all the properties and similarities.
Total weight is 13 kg of 20 items.
Packed 15-17 kg
Very well packed and shipped with TT code.
- Nombre d’articles
- Ustensiles de cuisine en cuivre
- Cuivre et laiton
- Période estimée
- Seconde moitié du XXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Portugal, Suisse et France
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge
- 13 kg