English Historic Home Kitchen | Atticmag | Kitchens, Bathrooms, Interior Design

english kitchens - large copper cauldrons in the Petworth House kitchen - WOI via Atticmag

English Historic Home Kitchen | Atticmag | Kitchens, Bathrooms, Interior Design

The English kitchens at Petworth House were utilized from the early century through the middle of the C when it became part of the Historic Trust.

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A curing room utilized a fireclay sink and a slate tub, set on pavers, for brining meats. The window was netted to keep out flies.

the white wood cupboard, an early refrigerator, offered food storage on one side with hatch doors for blocks of ice from the underground ice house on the other.

The historic kitchens at Petworth House, West Sussex -storage room and pantry at Petworth House

Would love to have a kitchen that can handle this kind of Pot and Pans display  arrangement!

There's nothing more beautiful in a kitchen than a huge collection of copper pots. via Above: Julia Child hung her copper pots on a.

The roast-resting cabinet, known as  a “hastener,” also acted as a heat shield. An English dial clock was mounted high over a dresser which would likely have been filled with crockery while the kitchen was in use. A pair of sinks discreetly occupy the far corner.

The English kitchens at Petworth House were utilized from the early century through the middle of the C when it became part of the Historic Trust.

loveisspeed.......: Holkham Hall is an eighteenth-century country house located adjacent to the village of Holkham, on the north coast of the English county of Norfolk. The hall was constructed in the Palladian style for Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester by the architect William Kent, aided by the architect and aristocrat Lord Burlington. Holkham Hall is one of England's finest examples of the Palladian revival style of architecture, and severity of its design is closer to Palladio's ideals…

Holkham Hall is an eighteenth-century country house located adjacent to the village of Holkham, on the north coast of the English county of Norfolk. The hall was constructed in the Palladian style for Thomas Coke, Earl of Leicester by the architect Wi

19th century English or French copper aspic jelly food mold, marked '232'. 5-1/4" diameter base.  Ebay item: 152313360959

Century English or French Aspic Jelly Pudding Food Mold Mould marked

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