Faisandière à l'étouffée, In Brass, Switzerland or Jura, 18th century, Good condition, P-A

18th century
Louis XV style
From: 30127, 30127 - BELLEGARDE, France

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    Beautiful object, in brass (food bronze), the work of a bell founder from the Jura, France or Switzerland. Thanks to a lid that fits over the entire height of the vessel, this daubière, faisandière or chaponnière guarantees a perfect seal during cooking. With its three high feet, it can be placed directly on the coals. The lid has a finely serrated rim, allowing embers to be placed on top,
    or a wet cloth to increase condensation in the container.
    (Acknowledgements: I was inspired by the text of the Swiss Alimentarium Museum, which presents a very similar one).
    Period: this shape is mostly 18th century (the one in the museum: 1715).
    Dimensions: 29 x 24 x 22 cm, weight: 5.4cm.
    No founder's mark.
    Good condition, no cracks or breaks, one tooth on the lid has been replaced, nice old repair to the peg: we can see that this object was very well cared for....

    Ref: GSE0I1P3C3

    Condition Good
    Style Louis XV style (Folk art of Louis XV style Style)
    Period 18th century (Folk art 18th century)
    Country of origin France
    Length (cm) 29cm
    Width (cm) 24cm
    Height (cm) 22cm
    Weight (Kg) 5.4
    Materials Bronze
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 30127, 30127 - BELLEGARDE, France
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