Vintage Copper American Saucepan, Late 19th Century
Vintage copper—is there a dreamier sight? Whether it’s a gleaming tea kettle or a well-worn (but well-loved!) gratin dish, copper lends easy, warm elegance to a home, without all the stuffiness. We’ve brought you an assortment of stunning, one-of-a-kind finds from Coppermill Kitchen to add to your collection (you won't find them anywhere else!), exclusive to the Food52 Shop.
Hand-hammered to a 3-millimeter thickness, this saucepan features an iron handle secured with big huge hand-rolled copper rivets. It's stamped with its original maker's mark ("L.F.D&H N.Y. 24&26 WOOSTER ST"); it's also monogrammed with a "W" after its original owner, but we like to think it stands for "wonderful."
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