antique copper fish kettle or poissonniere

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From our Heritage Collection

This is a 19th century antique copper fish pot, or poisonierre. This long antique, rectangular “Poissonniere” (or fish pot) was crafted in France. Made of copper with a large forged iron handle attached with rivets, this country kitchen essential could still be used for fish cooking. The pot kettle is in excellent condition, and adorns a rich, patinated polished finish. This sturdy, versatile, traditional piece could also be used as a decorative flower jardinière center piece, or simply displayed on top of kitchen cabinets.


In good condition with wear consistent with age and use. Some small breaks in the copper on the rolled under-rim


Length 19.25 inch 48.9 cm
Width 7 inch 17.8 cm
Height 5.25 inch 13.3 cm
Handle Drop 4.75 inch 12.1 cm


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Our philosophy behind the collections of 86 Vintage is to find something from decades past and inspire our customer to translate it into their home and wardrobe. 

With back grounds in fashion and interior design , our curators select various pieces that provoke thought and creativity.  Whether in its craftsmanship, worn patina, pattern, or color, each piece is appreciated for its unique character.

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