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Need to re-tin an OLD copper pan. Am in Union County NJ ~45 min from NYC.

Inherited a copper pan that was my great gransmonther's (we think). Desperately needs re-tinning. Anyone know of a place that does this work - will to mail it for estimate, etc. I live in Garwood, NJ which is about 45 minutes from mid-town Manhattan.

asked by ellencf over 7 years ago

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Stu37
added over 7 years ago

The NYT just ran a story on Brooklyn Copper Cookware (http://www.nytimes.com...) and they do retinning. Haven't used them before, but probably worth a shot.

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ellencf
added over 7 years ago

I remember the article but their website response form was not working so I gave up and misplaced their info. They have it working so I am keeping my fingers crossed! Thank you so much!

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betteirene
added over 7 years ago

This is in Newark: http://retinning.com/

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CopperJim
added almost 7 years ago

East Coast Tinning - http://www.eastcoasttining.com ....the best! Send them up to Rhode Island, you'll have them back in 2-3weeks.

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