Vintage Copper French Daubiere, Late 19th Century
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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.
The daubiere is a classic French take on a braiser; this one's got hand-cut iron handles on pan and lid, and dovetailed seams around the underside and down the back. Stamped on both pan and lid are the original owner's initials ("AD") from allll the way back in the 1880s. (Talk about classic.)
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Photography by Bobbi Lin
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