Open coal ranges used at the Skinners' Company Hall

Made:
1907 in London

Open coal ranges used at the Skinners' Company Hall in Dowgate Hill, City of London, for the large-scale spit-roasting of whole meat carcases for banquets, comprising large and small ranges with fire bars and adjustable cheeks to control the size of the fire, and a spit rack for the large range, all of cast iron, installed by Benham and Sons in 1907

Details

Category:
Domestic Appliances
Object Number:
1965-193
credit:
Skinners' Company

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