Vintage Copper French Roche Cookware, Late 19th Century
Love that copper.
Would you believe it if we told you these copper pans are vintage? It’s true—they got here by way of late-19th century France. Peek at the side of each one, and you’ll see a stamp that reads “Roche 70 Malesherbes.” (It’s a reference to an old hotel, where we like to think everything here spent its past life.) Snag the find that’ll shine brightest in your kitchen:
- French “Roche” Pan with Lid, Late 19th Century: Bake or cook with this gem—its versatile shape will happily do both. It’s all topped off with a brass knob on the lid (in case it wasn’t charming enough already).
- French Sauté “Roche” Pan, Late 19th Century: This pan’s roomy shape is ready to sauté up a storm—and we can’t take our eyes off that hand-forged handle.
- French Baking “Roche” Pan, Late 19th Century: This one’s especially for baking up casseroles, gratins, you name it. (Just don’t forget to show it off with the brass hanging ring in its downtime.)
Fun fact: You can shop the whole collection of vintage copper here.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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French "Roche" Pan with Lid: 5.25" Diameter x 5" H
French Sauté "Roche" Pan: 21.5" L x 11" W x 3" H
French Baking "Roche" Pan: 13.5" L x 8.5" W x 2" H
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