• Items from a Traditional 18th & 19th Century Kitchen.

    The Hugh Roberts Kitchen Museum, Number 1 Royal Crescent, Bath. These items are nearly all in the collection by Hugh Roberts and donated to the Museum. Some of the items bear a resemblance to those used in our kitchens today.

    However Box irons were filled with coals and must have been very heavy and cumbersome unlike our modern irons. Tin Spice Boxes usually contain six inside sections for spices and with a small nutmeg grater in the central hole.

    Items from a Traditional 18th & 19th Century Kitchen

    Greetings Card
    Code: C184 £10.08 Add to order
  • Cooking in a Traditional Kitchen.

    An alphabetical list of verbs related to cooking.

    Mini card size: Approx. 75mm wide x 75mm high.

    Cooking in a Traditional Kitchen

    Mini Card
    Code: MC184 £4.20 Add to order
  • Cooking in a Traditional Kitchen.

    An alphabetical list of verbs related to cooking.

    Tag size: Approx. 75mm wide x 75mm high.

    Cooking in a Traditional Kitchen

    Gift Tag
    Code: T184 £2.16 Add to order
  • Items from a Traditional Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century Kitchen. These items are nearly all in the collection of Number 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. They were collected by Hugh Roberts and donated to the Museum. Some of the items bear a resemblance to those used in our kitchens today.

    However Box irons were filled with charcoal and must have been very heavy and cumbersome unlike our modern irons. Tin Spice Boxes usually contain six inside sections for spices with a small nutmeg grater in the central hole. Items not to scale.

    Consists of:

    12 x Greetings Cards C184
    12 x Gift Tags T184
    12 x Wrapping Papers WP184

    Items from a Traditional 18th & 19th Century Kitchen

    Gift Set
    Code: GS006 £21.00 Show Contents Add to order
  • Items from a Traditional Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century Kitchen.

    These items are nearly all in the collection of Number 1 Royal Crescent Museum in Bath. They were collected by Hugh Roberts and donated to the Museum. Some of the items bear a resemblance to those used in our kitchens today.

    However Box irons were filled with charcoal and must have been very heavy and cumbersome unlike our modern irons. Tin Spice Boxes usually contain six inside sections for spices with a small nutmeg grater in the central hole. Items not to scale.

    Items from a Traditional 18th & 19th Century Kitchen

    Wrapping Paper
    Code: WP184 £10.08 Add to order