Brooklyn Copper Cookware got its start using the tooling from the storied Waldow line of copper cookware. Until the late 1970s, Bruno Waldo made and sold high-quality copper cookware right here in Brooklyn, NY. History buffs, copper collectors and chefs who admire classic copper cookware will enjoy these pages from a genuine 70’s era (we believe 1974 – 75) Waldow wholesale product catalog.
For a short time, Waldow kept a showroom in Red Hook on Van Dyke Street, which in 1970s Brooklyn was no one’s idea of a shopping destination (still isn’t, really). Even so, visitors were apparently numerous enough to justify a takeaway color catalog.
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