Vintage Copper Georgian Preserve Pan, Mid 19th Century
Get your jam on.
Heads up! Promotions do not apply to this item.
Preserve pans were designed for heating fruits and sugar when making jam, and often made in copper for its superior heat conductivity and control. This heavy gauge pan, made in England (c. 1850), features bronze handles with copper rivets for durability. The hand carved, detailed handles are attached to hand cut heart-shaped flanges, for a unique and elegant look.
The 12.75 Inch Pan is stamped with the number "12" and the 19 Inch Pan is stamped with the number "18" to indicate size.
All items from Coppermill Kitchen are final sale. Items may vary slightly from what is pictured.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
12.75 Inch is 12.75" in diameter (17" diameter with handles) x 4.5" H; 19 Inch is 19" in diameter (23" diameter with handles) x 6" deep. 17" is 17" in diameter x 5" deep x 21.75"W with handles
Care & Notes
Care instructions are included with the piece.
Shipping & Returns
View our Return Policy.
Meet the Maker
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
August heat, be damned!
The best Italian cookbook recommendations from some of our most trusted sources.
How La Boîte's Lior Lev Sercarz filled his life with spice blends—more than he could imagine
A Similar Style
Elsewhere on Food52
Today’s Top Story
So Hot Right Now