SOLD! for $608.00.
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Ten (10) pieces of early copper cookware, including two (2) graduated pots signed with maker's initials "GB" to outer sides, possibly for George Bousore, working Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1785, each of dovetailed construction, with wrought iron handles; one (1) pot with integrated copper handle and dovetailed construction; four (4) pans of graduated sizes with wrought iron handles; one (1) cake mold; one (1) pitcher with copper handle; one (1) kettle with brass top, spout, and handle. Approximate size range from 5" H x 5" dia. to 12 1/2" H x 8 1/2" dia. All items likely American, 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Raymond White, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Oxidation and wear commensurate with age, including scattered denting. Kettle handle detached at terminus near spout.