Grimwade’s “Quick Cooker Bowl”, England
This is an original Grimwade’s quick cooker bowl once used to cook puddings more efficiently with a central piece which conducts heat to the center of the pudding. Held secure by string, the pot was put in a pan of water, raised to a boil and set to simmer. The lid has all the instructions and diagrams for use in green transfer. The underside of the lid is used for advertising other products manufactured by Grimwade’s. Both the lid and bowl are marked Grimade’s Patent No. 12835/09, 15043/09, 12161/11, Made in England. The lid has one hairline crack and the bowl has one small chip, neither compromise the strength of the piece.
H 4 in. x Dm 7.25 in.
H 10.16 cm x Dm 18.42 cm
7.25 in. (18.42 cm)