Type: coquelle sauce pan #16. Description: this pan is a great size for making sauces, soups, and cooking for 2-3 people. Enameled inside and out with a cast iron base, this pan can go from the stovetop directly into the oven although the black knob should not be in the oven at over 375 degrees f. The coquelle style handle gives the pan a sleek profile.Details: this little sauce pan is great condition with bright, glossy orange enamel. It shows light wear on the interior, but has no chips or damage. Interior: the interior cook surface has some light wear. The enamel is not quite as glossy as the exterior and has some very light marks and discoloration. Height: 3 in (7.6 cm). Across: 6.25 in (15.9 cm). Across handles: 9.75 in (24.8 cm). Volume (to brim): 8 cups or 2 qt (1.89 l).
Marked on the base: cousances made in france, 16. Company / designer information: the cousances company was formed in 1553 and was acquired by le creuset in 1957. Le creuset continued producing items marked with the cousances name until the 1980s.
Cast iron is an ideal material for cookware, as it is extremely durable, heats very evenly, and easy to care for. Care: to keep your cast iron in fantastic condition and ensure that it will be passed down for generations: use low to medium heat, unless the pan is filled with liquid.
For enameled interiors use non-metal utensils and soak with soapy water before washing, do not use abrasives. To navigate, search within the shop (top right) or select a section (left side). This item is made of iron. The style is mid century and modern.