Vintage Copper French Large Saucepan, Late 19th Century
Getting saucy in copper.
A heavy-duty saucepan that’s perfect for family dinners, this vintage copper piece has stood the test of time (it was made around 1880!). The handles on the pan and lid are made of heavy iron and copper rivets—basically, the kind of quality construction that was the norm back in those days. Oh, and you’ll love this part: With proper care, you’ll be able to pass it down to a loved one someday.
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