Vintage Brass Cauldron
While the cauldron shouldn’t be used for cooking, it does make a remarkable decoration with many display options. Set it in the base of a fireplace and fill with pinecones. You can also freshen your home with an earthy fragrance by pouring in potpourri or placing the cauldron on a decorative hanger bracket and arranging a flower bouquet in it.
Due to the delicate nature of this antique, we do not recommend it for use with food. Made in France.
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- Material: Brass
- Produced in the 18th century.
- Used over an open flame to cook meals.
- A versatile embellishment for the home.
- Display fragrant pinecones or flowers in it for an earthy touch.
- Discovered in a Parisian flea market.
- Made in France.
Throughout the year, we make pilgrimages to Europe and immerse ourselves in the culture of everything culinary. One of our favorite locales is the Marche aux Puces St-Ouen, a famous flea market tucked away in the northern fringes of Paris. This is where we find many of the rarest antiques that serve as our muses and remind us of Sur La Table’s roots.
Drenched in rich history, these are the things that inspire us, and we want to share them with you in hopes they inspire you as well. We consider this collection to be objets d’art with one-of-a-kind charisma that cannot be mimicked. Welcome these vintage heirlooms into your home and display the pure beauty of a classic piece from France.