They also were a maker of home furnishings. It is not known if this pan was made in england, then imported to the f. Where they were part of their home furnishings inventory for sale or made in england especially for the f.
Walker co when the boston cooking school existed. Walker was in business in the mid to late 1800s. The pan has no nicks but needs to be retined if it were to be used again. The copper also needs a good buffing.
There is some rust on the iron handles. See the photos for its overall condition. The cast iron handles are both attached with copper rivets. The pan is 6 in diameter and 4 1/2 deep.
The copper is 1/8 wide. This item is made of iron and copper.