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Vintage Copper Wine Funnel, Late 19th Century

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This traditional English round funnel (c.1880) features a hand-cut and brazed tip, rolled rim, and a tiny hand-cut flange (that’s the bit of copper that holds the handy little brass loop you can hang the funnel on) secured by one copper rivet. On the wall in your kitchen or hanging from a hook on your bar cart, it’s pretty exceptional as decor for any cook—but since this funnel still has its original filter intact, you can also actually use it. As a funnel for wine (that was its original purpose), for bottling homemade batch cocktails, or just for getting the good stuff into a flask—it’s a unique, impeccably restored piece we are currently coveting.

  • Made in: England
  • Made of: Copper, tin
  • Size: 3.25” Diameter x 4.75”L

Sourced from: Coppermill Kitchen

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Photography by Rocky Luten.

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