Tin Kitchen Reflector Oven

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Roaster Oven; Tin, Reflector, Half Cylinder, Iron Spit, 19 inch.

Sheet Iron Reflector OvenSheet Iron Reflector Oven, America, late 18th/early 19th century, the semi-cylindrical oven with top-mounted handles, wrought iron spit with three skewers, and rear hatch, on four legs, with small drainage spout at side, (imperfections), ht. 10 1/2, wd. 13 3/4, dp. 7 in.

Sheet Iron Reflector Oven | Sale Number 2757B, Lot Number 20 | Skinner Auctioneers

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Sheet Iron Reflector OvenSheet Iron Reflector Oven, America, late 18th/early 19th century, the semi-cylindrical oven with top-mounted handles, wrought iron spit with three skewers, and rear hatch, on four legs, with small drainage spout at side, (imperfections), ht. 10 1/2, wd. 13 3/4, dp. 7 in.

Sheet Iron Reflector Oven | Sale Number 2757B, Lot Number 20 | Skinner Auctioneers

View auction on www.skinnerinc.com

Colonial America: tin roasting oven... 1790's, but could have been used as early as 1729

Colonial America: the simple life

To simplify matters, I like to think of there being two kinds of Colonial era American furniture. The pieces made by very skilled craftsmen, and pieces made by local village craftsmen or the homeowners themselves. In the 18th century, for example, the skilled craftsmen would be making pieces in the vein of the Chippendales, the Hepplewhites and Sheratons, reproductions of which are still being produced today. One early prized piece of furniture would have been the Elizabethan court cupboard…

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Reproduction reflector oven

Circa 1780-1850; early form tin reflector oven with mold decorated hinged viewing door having a spit/rod two wire hangers and two tin carry handles having raised tin feet and odd side spout for adding water for steam to meat, 22"x 18";

Tin bird roaster/oven

ca. 1780-1850; early form tin reflector oven with mold decorated hinged viewing door having a spit/rod two wire hangers and two tin carry handles having raised tin feet and odd side spout for adding water for steam to meat, 22"x 18";

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Reproduction reflector oven

Pook & Pook.  April 18th 2008. Lot 752.  Estimated: $4000 - $6000. Realized Price: $1872. Pennsylvania heart shaped doublearm skewer holder with 7 skewers, 11" l., together with another skewer holder with cut work decoration and 2 arms, 5 1/2" l., and another early holder. Provenance: James Sorber Collection.

Pook & Pook. April 18th 2008. Lot 752. Estimated: $4000 - $6000. Realized Price: $1872. Pennsylvania heart shaped doublearm skewer holder with 7 skewers, 11" l., together with another skewer holder with cut work decoration and 2 arms, 5 1/2" l., and another early holder. Provenance: James Sorber Collection.

Tin Kitchen - Reflector Oven TK-726, Jas. Townsend and Son, Inc.

Tin Kitchen - Reflector Oven TK-726

Reflector ovens or "Tin Kitchens" were used from the mid-18th century clear through the 19th century. They cook food more efficiently than a simple spit over an open fire. The oven surface reflects heat back from the fire, concentrating it onto the foo

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Reproduction reflector oven

Late 18th, early 19th Century the Bird Spit. English, hand forged.

Late 18th, early 19th Century the Bird Spit. English, hand forged.