We are excited to announce that we have recently uncovered a substantial stash of antique copper cookware, much of it dating to the 19th Century. It was salvaged from a London based re-tinning company when it closed in the 1970s, and has not seen the light of day for almost 40 years. Each piece has stamped marks identifying the place it was used, and in some cases the makers marks. Some of the makers identified so far are Benham & Froud, Wilson & Son and Moresi & Lucca. The majority of the pieces originate from the Savoy Hotel/Savoy Grill and the House of Commons. Pieces range from saucepans to stock pots, fish kettles to bain maries and rondeaus - all of them are commercial grade and excellent quality.
We are in the process of having this amazing collection restored, including deep cleaning, polishing and in some cases re-tinning. Please visit our Kitchenalia collection to see the current selection. However, please be aware that there are more than 30 pieces in total, so it will take some time to get them all restored! If there is a specific piece that you are looking for please let us know, and if we have it, we will make every effort to bring it to the front of the queue :)