Vintage Copper Leon Jaeggi & Sons Saucepan, Early 20th Century
Bring the heat.
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Whether you’re new to cooking with copper or an old hand at it, you can’t go wrong with these heavy saucepans that have stood the test of time—literally. (They’re about 100 years old.) Each one is 2 mm thick with solid brass handles and copper rivets. Choose from four sizes and see the difference for yourself. Oh, and psst…here’s a handy guide to keep your new piece gleaming.
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Details & Materials +-
8 Inch is 8" in diameter x 4.5" H x 16" L. 7 Inch is 7" in diameter x 4" H x 13.5" L. 6.25 Inch is 6.25" in diameter x 4" H x 12" L. 5 Inch is 5" in diameter x 3.5" H x 9.5" L.
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Care instructions are included with each piece. You can find detailed notes on caring for vintage copper here.
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