Vintage French Saucepan, Late 19th Century
A French classic.
We’ve taken a shine to copper cookware for a few reasons (okay, a lot of reasons)—like how it warms up in a snap and distributes heat oh-so-evenly. And now you can enjoy copper in all its glory with this vintage French saucepan. It’s heavy-duty, with thick, hand-cut steel handles, and it dates back to about 1880. Oh, and here’s another fun fact: There’s a number “14” stamp on the pan and lid, which hints at its size.
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Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
5.5 Inch is 5.5" in diameter x 3" H x 11" L. 7 Inch is 7" in diameter x 3.75" H x 13.5" L. 8 Inch is 8" in diameter x 4.5" H x 15.5" L. 9 Inch is 9" in diameter x 4.5" H x 16.5" L.
Care & Notes
Copper care instructions will be included with each order.
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