Vintage Copper Round Pie Plate, Late 19th Century
Shiny as a new penny.
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Why bake pie in a regular pan when you can bake it in a beautiful, shiny copper one? This plate was made around 1880 and features a beveled edging and a brass ring for hanging, so when you're not cooking, you can use it as art.
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