Antique 19th Century Italian Copper Steamer Pot With Lid

Origin: Italy   Period: 19th Century

A large Copper Cauldron in pretty nice overall condition and with a nice rich aged copper patina.

It has a few minor dings and it is presented in its beautiful original condition.

We are not sure of what it was originally used for but it could have been for heating milk during the cheese making process.

Over the time, these type of country copper items have certainly become pretty scarce.

This oversized pot would be an outstanding decorative piece for storing firewood or (once replaced the missing cork at the bottom) for icing down cold drinks.


Width: 64.50 cm (25.4 in)

Depth: 25.50 cm (10 in)

Height: 41.00 cm (16.1 in)

Price: £240.00 (approx €288)

Pareglio & Ayres Antiques Interiors, located in Kent UK and with a base in Italy just under an hour from Milan.

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