Vintage Copper Preserve Pan with Brass Handles, Mid 19th Century
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A deep and wide copper pan was the ideal vessel for making preserve and jams in England in the late 19th century. Copper’s unsurpassed heat conductivity allowed a superior level of control when heating fruits and sugars. This heavy gauge preserve pan (c. 1880) features solid brass handles, a detail that is unusual to this style of pan. Bring some modern flavor to your vintage pan with a new-school jam recipe, or if preserves aren’t your thing, use it as a dramatic centerpiece, piled high with fruit.
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Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
13" in diameter (14" in diameter with handles) x 3.5" H
Care & Notes -
Care instructions are included with the piece.
Meet the Maker
Beth Sweeney follows her passion wherever the copper takes her -- which is mostly across Europe. Buying her first copper pot for her own collection was the catalyst for Coppermill Kitchen, and ever since, she’s dedicated her life to her craft. She searches tirelessly for the perfect pieces, right down to the hand-cut dovetailing, the original maker’s marks, and most importantly, the story behind each one.View Full Profile
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