Confectioner’s mixing bowl or ‘cul de poule’, made from hand beaten copper, which is faintly visible on the inside. Lovely detailing to the handles and rim.
Circa 1900, France. Ofren used for beating eggs in order to make confectionery products, a very traditional design with its rounded bottom.
Consistent with its age and normal usage. The copper has not recently been polished. There are no specific dents or marks.
H 18 (excluding handles) x diameter to edge of rim 43.5 cm.