Vintage Copper English Round Gratin Pie Plate, Late 19th Century
A prettier plate to adorn your kitchen.
You could bake in a regular metal or glass gratin plate. Or, you could get fancy and use copper. (Hint: We prefer the second option).
This c.1880 heavy gauge copper gratin pie plate features hand cut flanges held with copper rivets. Each side has a thick brass ring handle for hanging purposes and features a thick rolled rim. Use it for gratins, casseroles, or even pies!
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