Vintage Copper English Saucepan, Mid 19th Century
An essential cooking pan, reimagined.
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Why cook with ordinary pans when you could cook in vintage copper? Copper not only brightens up the look of our kitchens, it also conducts heat better than other metals, making it an ideal material for pots and pans.
All items from Coppermill Kitchen are final sale. Items may vary slightly from what is pictured.
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Details & Materials -
5.25" is 5.25"Diameter x 3.5"H x 11.5"L6.25" is 6.25"Diameter x 4.5"H13"L 6.75" is 6.75" Diameter x 4.25"Deep x 12.5"L. 7" is 7"Diameter x 4.75"H14"L9.5" is 9.5"Diameter x 6"Hx19.5"L 8" is 8"Diameter x 5.25"Deep x 15.75"L. 8.5" is 8.5"H x8.5"W with handle and spout 1.5QT 12" is 12"Diameter x 7"Deep x 24"L
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