March 20, 2013 · By Jon Townsend
This image shows the charcoal cooking surfaces that used windows for ventilation.
Detail: kitchen, raised hearth, table, carrots, cook, food, apron, sauce pan, strainer, tongs, spatula, hat, sword, mirror, window, shelf, canister, ham, knife
Category: Sifting the Past, 18th Century Art, British, Engraving · Tags: mirror, table, carrots, window, apron, hat, kitchen, strainer, food, ham, knife, raised hearth, tongs, sword, shelf, cartoon, canister, cook, sauce pan, spatula ← Previous Post Next Post →
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