What a beautiful and most useful sized ancient 1800s french copper saucepan with tin lining that is ideal for heating milk. Making sauces, jus reductions etc. It is nicely weighted, stands upright when empty and is in a excellent condition with a very good age to it from the 1800s, .
It has dovetailed seams all around the underside base and up the back under the handle fixing. It has a shiny cast iron handle which is half way down the side of the pan with an ornate circular opening at the end for hanging onto a hook in your kitchen and it has an arrow head decoration shaped end of handle. The handle is riveted to the pan with three sturdy copper rivets.
The pan is 1mm thick and is in a very good condition with only 2 minute dings low down on the edge of the rounded base and only a few very feint scratches. The tin lining is dark with age/oxidation, but looks complete and it does not have any copper showing through. Over all, a very well looked after pan that will give you years of faithful service. The pan has a lovely flat base, ideal for even cooking. Diameter - 4.5 / 11cm.
Length including handle - 9.75 / 25cm. Height of pan - 4.5 / 11.5cm. Weight - 1.74lbs / 0.79kgs.
This is a really useful pan that could be used for cooking so many different things. A perfect addition to your copper cookware collection.It would not look out of place in any kitchen style. Also if you would like to reserve an item or discuss paying by installments, please send me a message to discuss. This item is made of copper and iron.