Vintage Copper English Round Gratin Pie Plate, Late 19th Century
A prettier plate to adorn your kitchen.
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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!
All items from Coppermill Kitchen are final sale. Items may vary slightly from what is pictured.
Photography by Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Copper, tin, brass
6.5" is 6.5" diameter x 1.5" deep; 7.5" is 7.5" diameter x 1.5" deep; 8.25" is 8.25" diameter x 1.5" deep; 9.25" is 9.25" diameter x 1.75" deep.
Care & Notes
Care instructions come with each piece.
Shipping & Returns
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