Antique French Copper milk churn
Antique French Copper milk churn
Antique French Copper milk churn
Antique French Copper milk churn
Antique French Copper milk churn
Antique French Copper milk churn
Antique French Copper milk churn
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Antique French Copper milk churn

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This antique, copper milk churn is a charming ode to a bygone era, when the milk man would run his route through the neighbourhoods and deliver fresh milk every day. The milk was transported from the dairy farm in cans like this and repackaged into bottles. 
This copper milk can is from the early 1900’s and has all the bumps and bruises it has collected along the way, creating a fabulous time warm patina. Handcrafted from copper this piece is very, very heavy. 
It is a fabulous decorative piece and is sure to demand attention wherever it goes. A real conversation starter. 

Dimensions - 58 cm high x 31 cm wide at the base & 22 cm wide at the top

 

Country of origin - France 🇫🇷 

🔴 Please note we are located in Naracoorte South Australia. If you can’t collect I can suggest freight companies that deliver to Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane  and lots of other towns in between. 

🔴 Please arrange to have the piece collected within a month as I have more stock arriving every fortnight. Many thanks Anna 


Due to a lack of storage space I can only store large pieces for a week or two. After this charges will apply. So sorry but I have new stock arriving weekly and many are oversized pieces. Thanks for understanding, Anna