Picknick basket for two people in wicker from the late nineteenth century and manufactured by CORACLE. The lids are lined inside in honey-colored leather. It includes a wicker-lined toothpick for closing and a wicker handle. It is made up of silver cutlery sets for two people, the knives with ivory handles, a small spoon for sugar, two plates of white enamelled plate with a gold edge and two others for ceramic tea, two ceramic tea cups, sugar bowl and ceramic salt shaker (the salt shaker includes a wicker support to prevent tipping), stove, copper kettle with wicker handle, metal bottle of alcohol or petroleum, sandwich maker with white enamelled ceramic base and metal lid, metal box for the tea or coffee, two glasses lined in wicker and two glass bottles lined in wicker.
Late 19th century cardboard picnic basket manufactured by “SIRRAM”
Late 19th century cardboard picnic basket manufactured by “SIRRAM”, includes a leather handle and metal spring closure. It contains a kettle, a burner signed by the manufacturer, a bottle for alcohol and a bottle of cream milk in zinc sheet with brass caps. Two sets of cup and plate, and sugar bowl in English ceramic. There are two spoons and a knife on the lid.
Late 19th century wicker picnic basket. Late 19th century wicker picnic basket, removable top cover with silver plating inside and front cover lined in striped green fabric, includes leather strap for closure and top handle. It contains a stove, kettle and bottle of alcohol or oil, sandwich maker and box for sugar and tea, all in silver plating and glass bottle for milk.
650,98€ VAT included
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