The Chuck Williams Culinary Arts Museum houses an extensive display of kitchen items collected by Chuck Williams, the visionary founder of Williams Sonoma, and Wade Bentson, one of the first employees of Williams Sonoma. The museum collection represents a rich heritage of the culinary arts from around the world and includes treasures from the 18th and 19th century—a batterie de cuisine of copper cookware from 1890s France; ceramic and metal chocolate and ice cream molds; and European and early American baking and pastry equipment. Among the nearly 4,000 artifacts are bread baking and culinary tools, specialty cookware, tableware, large and small appliances, and cookbooks.
Located at The Culinary Institute of America at Copia in Napa, California, the museum will ensure that culinary enthusiasts have a place to learn the history and traditions of America’s culinary heritage.
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