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19th Century Baking Kitchen Equipment

  • $34.95
    Our architecturally inspired cake pan would have pleased the great 19th-century French chef Carme, who called confectionery a branch of architecture. For a beautifully sculpted cake decorated with an intricate vaulted design, just pour in your favorite batter and bake. Your homemade cake needs only a bit of decoration just top it with a simple glaze or sprinkling of confectioners' sugar. Durable cast-aluminum construction ensures perfectly even baking and browning.
  • $16
    The choice of professional pastry chefs, these classic French pans promote even baking for tender, perfectly puffed brioche, a rich, buttery yeast bread beloved since the 19th century. The flared and fluted shape turns out wonderfully decorative individual breads. Heavy-gauge tinned steel ensures even and gentle heat distribution for consistent baking and professional-quality results. Scratchproof tin coating is nonreactive to acidic foods and protects the pan from rust.
  • $21
    Designed for making a savarin, a rum-soaked yeast cake that originated in the mid-19th century, our commercial-quality ring mold is equally handy for creating ice cream and gelatin desserts. Made in France of tinned steel, the pan bakes dough to a perfectly golden finish and is safe for use in the refrigerator or freezer. Heavy-gauge tinned steel ensures even and gentle heat distribution for consistent baking and browning.
  • $84.95
    Re-created from a popular 19th-century design in Emile Henry's archives, this baker like all of the company's pieces is crafted from Burgundian clay that retains heat exceptionally well, so it's ideal for keeping foods warm for serving. The rich glaze, applied by hand, resists scratches and won't crack with time. Use the baker for roasting meats and vegetables, baking gratins and preparing fruit cobblers and other baked desserts. Microwavable; freezer, oven and dishwasher safe.
  • $13
    The choice of professional pastry chefs, this classic French pan promotes even baking and tender, perfectly puffed brioche, a rich, buttery yeast bread beloved since the 19th century. The flared and fluted shape turns out a wonderfully decorative brioche for sharing. Heavy-gauge tinned steel ensures even and gentle heat distribution for consistent baking and professional-quality results. Pan produces a classic, elegant brioche with a tender interior and a perfectly browned crust.
  • $36
    Elaborate tiered cakes were an innovation of the famous 19th-century pastry chef Antonin Carme, who considered confectionery a branch of architecture. Our clever baking pan makes it easy to create intricately sculpted cakelets with elegant tiered silhouettes. Makes six cakelets, three each of two detailed designs. Embellished with a simple glaze, colored icings or confectioners sugar, the cakelets are a memorable addition to any celebration.
  • $22.95
    This pan lets you bake appetizing quick breads, mini cakes or meat loaf and present them at the table for slicing and serving. It is designed to revive the rustic glazed colors and shapes of French bakeware from the late 19th century. Handcrafted in France's Burgundy region, the ceramic pan offers superb heat conduction and retention, so foods bake evenly and stay hot at the table. Exceedingly strong, the pan is safe for oven, broiler or microwave use and even goes directly from freezer to oven.
  • $24.95
    Chuck Williams chose this mold on his first buying trip to France in 1959 and it has been a favorite ever since for making charlottes luscious baked apple dessert that originated in 18th-century Britain. It is thought that the charlotte was  named for Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III. The pan is equally suited to making a charlotte Russe, a 19th-century chilled variation made with Bavarian cream nestled in a ladyfinger shell.
  • $36.95
    This pan lets you bake appetizing quick breads, cakes or meat loaf and present them at the table for slicing and serving. It's part of Emile Henry's new Auberge Collection, designed to revive the rustic glazed colors and shapes of French bakeware from the late 19th century. Handcrafted in France's Burgundy region, the ceramic pan offers superb heat conduction and retention, so foods bake evenly and stay hot at the table.
  • $44.95
    Re-created from a popular 19th-century design in Emile Henry's archives, this square baker like all of the company's pieces is crafted from Burgundian clay that retains heat exceptionally well, so it's ideal for keeping foods warm for serving. The rich glaze, applied by hand, resists scratches and won't crack with time. Use the baker for roasting meats and vegetables and preparing baked desserts. Microwavable; freezer, oven and dishwasher safe. 8 1/4" x 8 1/4" x 2 1/2" high. Made in France.