Stamped: williams sonoma france, made in france, . This pan most likely dates after 1950. Williams sonoma pans with this particular "made in france" stamp may be made by gaillard or jacquotot. That makes this particular pan desirable. The key feature to look for on this pan is on the "made in france" stamp.The "m" goes to the bottom of the line, not just halfway down, indicating that this pan may have been made by gaillard and jacquotot. You can learn more about "maker stamps" and "made in france" stamps at this site. This is a windsor pan or "sloped side" pan. 9-5/8" (wide at top) x 3-5/8" (t) x18 (l). 2.5mm to 2.6mm (varies).
The pans we sell are used and loved. They have evidence of use including nicks, scratches and dents. Some pans are more heavily used than others. Please examine the pictures carefully. This item is made of iron and tin, copper.