kayros (kayros_81) wrote,

Серебряные коробочки-нагреватели

В такой коробочке можно было еще и нагревать печенье, булочки, кексы и любую другую выпечку.



В викторианскую эпоху их делали форме сумочек или сундучков, морских раковин, из цельного серебра с позолотой или из металла с серебряным покрытием.

В принципе, они могут быть использованы для любых продуктов, ограничивает только размер.

Ажурные вставки- гриль держат печенье/кексы на месте и могут быть сняты или подняты, когда требуется.

Обычно их ставили в духовку, также конструкция может предусматривать нагрев на жаровне, спиртовке или на паровой(водяной) бане. При желании в такой контейнер можно заложить даже угли- коробочка поворачивается вокруг своей оси, угли не будут контактировать с продуктами.

Они были с двумя отделениями и даже тройными- для разных видов выпечки.

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---------------для печенья------------------

A late Victorian Staniforth's Patent plated biscuit warmer, with lobed covers revealing pierced liners & cast twig handles;

Engraved muzzled bear crest.

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================Для кексов и булочек================



AN ENGLISH VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED BUN WARMER, having engraved sides with wreath handles that open to reveal the pierced covered bun covers, figural griffiths and ivory handle.



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2 pierced grill inserts keep biscuits / muffins in place and can be lifted up to give you access to items in the shell shaped baskets. The inserts fold down into the frame when not needed. Traditionally these boxes were kept by the fire to warm the biscuits.



A gorgeous silver plated biscuit container





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