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.