19th Century French Copper Saucepan with Lid 5"

SKU: 18421

US$351
This small 19th-century copper saucepan features a lid and wrought iron handles fixed with pretty copper rivets. The tin interior shows wear, making it ideal for decorative use. A charming addition to any copper collection. Originally it would have been used for making sauces from a reduction.

French copper cookware originated in the 18th century in Villedieu-les-Poêles, Normandy. Its popularity grew due to copper's excellent heat conductivity. In the 19th century, advancements in manufacturing improved its quality. Hand-hammering techniques were perfected, making French copper cookware highly sought after by both chefs and home cooks.

Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Diameter 5" Length w/ handle 10¼" Height 5"
Diameter 13cm Length w/ handle 26cm Height 13cm

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