Vintage Copper Oval Gratin Dish, Late 19th Century
Achieve crispy edges.
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For a perfect gratin with crispy edges and a softly-cooked interior, you need a good dish. This copper version is the perfect shape to cook anything that needs a nice browned crust. We like the handsome handcut copper flange, copper rivets, and thick brass rings, and we've cooked everything from eggplant parmesan to apple crisp in it.
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Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials +-
Copper, tin, brass
16" is 16"L x 10.5"W x 2"Deep, and 16.25" is 16.25"L x 10.5"W x 2"Deep.
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Care instructions are included with each piece. You can find detailed notes on caring for vintage copper here.
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