Monday, 7 May 2012


These pictures were taken at Saltram, a fine country house now in the care of The National Trust. It's in Devon and was the home of a family of wool merchants and farmers called the Parkers.

This is the kitchen with masses of copper pots and pans and about 100 jelly and fruit moulds. Copper sinks too. No shortage of cash in their heyday at Saltram.

I am getting right into my National Trust visit. On the cusp of forty years old and getting right into character.

1 comment:

D'ang said...

Nice to see all those coppers. And no blue woo-woos. Phew!