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.
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