Vintage Copper Oval Dehillerin Paris Baking Dish, Late 19th Century
What a find.
Oh, the masterpieces you’ll whip up in this gorgeous baking dish. Sure, this vintage stunner from about 1880 looks a treat on any stovetop or table—especially with those sleek hand-cut brass handles and copper rivets—but it really shines as it works, all thanks to its top-notch heat distribution. It comes straight from France, and you can tell when you inspect it up close: Take a gander at the pan or lid, and you’ll find a stamp that reads “E. Dehillerin Paris 18 Rue Coquillière” (that’s the kitchen shop Julia Child herself used to frequent!).
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Photography by Ty Mecham
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