Vintage Copper Omelette Pan, Mid 19th Century
Flip it good.
Start your day sunny-side up with omelettes made in this impeccably restored vintage frying pan featuring a steel iron handle secured with hand-cut copper rivets. Coppermill Kitchen has carefully restored a few of these pans; the one you receive may differ slightly from this photo; some are stamped with the trademark “Orb and Cross” on the underside, in addition to the letter “S” for its original owner and maker: the “Benham and Froud Company,” well known for the quality of its copper. The 8" is marked to the base" EVANS & MATTHEWS 80 BULL ST BIRMINGHAM"
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
8" is 15"L (with handles) x 1.5" deep and 8" in diameter.
Care & Notes
Copper is the decathlete of metals: It will do anything you ask of it, if you just treat it well. Here's how to care for it.. Care instructions come with each piece.
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