Vintage Copper French Petite Butter Pan, Early 20th Century
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Looking to warm just a stick or so of butter? Someone in 1940s France did just the same, in this adorable pan. It’s made of 2.5mm thick copper, which allows for excellent heat conduction—plus there’s a brass handle to shield you a bit more from the heat. That stamp on the side reads “Pierre Vergnes” (a nod to the pot’s maker), while “Durfort” hints at the village in Southern France where it’s from.
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Photography by Ty Mecham
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