The kitchens

These are two utility rooms of the house, because they were not made for receiving guests. They have a simple appearance although they are embellished with antique objects as for example the Louis XVI walnut table and sideboard.
On the wall there are a group of  copper objects; the oldest ones are seventeenth century and were saved from a requisition during the last war because they were judged to be objects of artistic value, not be melted as for the so-called "copper for the nation".
They contain curious interesting objects: under the window we can find a cooking "stove"; on the opposite wall, a stone sink with wooden draining board and numerous utensils.
The second room is also part of the kitchen area and it has many objects of everyday use and on the chest there are some old pincers with the mould for making wafers.