Vintage Copper Georgian Preserve Pan With Detailed Handles, Early 19th Century
For an opulent kitchen.
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We love the name preserve pan because it sounds vintage and romantic -- but you can use this sturdy copper pot for everything from sauces to braises. Made from a heavy gauge copper, this c.1818 pan features prettily-shaped handles with a intricate hand cut design. To the side of the pan are the letters "EVW" -- the trademark for the maker Edward Villers Wilkes (known as EV Wilkes).
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Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials +-
Copper, pink brass
12 Inch is 12" in diameter (14" diameter with handles) x 3" deep
15 Inch is 12.5" in diameter (15” diameter with handles) x 3.75" deep
Care & Notes +-
Care instructions are included with each piece. You can find detailed notes on caring for vintage copper here.
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How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
A toe-kick drawer for baking sheets! A spot for bulky utensils!
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