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Her friends thought it odd but it was true, Michelle Labelle dreamed 'French Country'. She had a reoccurring dream where she found herself in her French Country style kitchen, walking slowly around and around the rustic farmhouse table that sat in the middle of the room. There on the table were three copper bowls of descending size. The bowls had a perfect patina of aged copper. One was full of flour, another had six egg yolks in it and the third was full of milk. In the dream, Michelle would be standing in front of the bowls with a wire whisk in her hands and then she would say, "Now I need to..." But that is when she would always wake up, never knowing what she was suppose to be doing--it was very frustrating.

Then one day Michelle was browsing through an antique store and she came across a set of three copper bowls, exactly like the ones in her dream. They even had the same nice aged patina. She bought them immediately, brought them home and placed them on her kitchen table. That very night she again had the copper bowl dream but this time it was revealed to her that she was making crépes with the ingredients and she began to whisk the eggs. Michelle awoke from the dream and to her amazement she was standing in her kitchen in front of the copper bowls she had purchased the day before. She looked down and there was the flour, milk and partially beaten eggs. In her had was a wire whisk, dripping with eggs. She knew what she had to do--she had to make crepes. So at 3:30 am Michelle Labelle made a batch of the most splendid crépes she'd ever eaten. Her husband even woke up and came down to the kitchen to enjoy them as well. From that day forward, she never again had the copper bowl dream.

You know, some times we just have to work through the crépe in our lives in order to move forward.

For sale is a nice set of 3 Coppercraft Guild solid copper bowls. Made in the mid-1970's in Taunton, MA these beautiful, well-made bowls would look great hanging in your french country or farmhouse kitchen. The largest bowl is 8" (20cm) in diameter and 4" (10cm); the medium bowl is 7" (18cm) dia. and 3.5" (9cm) tall; the smallest bowl is 6" (15cm) dia., 3" (8cm) tall. Each bowl has one 1.5" (4cm) dia. hanging ring for easy wall or pot rack mounting. The bowls have a nice aged copper patina and each have the Coppercraft Guild mark lightly stamped on the bottom.

These bowls are in good vintage condition with some light scratches but no dings or dents. As mentioned, they have an aged copper patina to them with some spots which could be polished out if you so choose to do that. We like them just the way they are.
Greg Boydston
Dee Ann Boydston

Set of 3 Coppercraft Guild Solid Copper Mixing Bowls "Nice Patina"