1870 Temple & Crook Ironmongers Copper Sauté Pan

1870 Temple & Crook Ironmongers Copper Sauté Pan


Copper nail rivets & iron handles distinguish this perfect, fully functional medium-sized deep 19th century English copper pot with lid made by ironmongers to the Queen. 

Re-tinned in England using the traditional method of pouring molten tin into the vessel into an even thick coating that is wiped creating a food safe surface (as opposed to modern electroplating which gives a much thinner coating). 

England Circa 1870

9.25" D x 3.25" H (Handle 9" L)
3.66 Quart

Excellent Vintage Condition

Hand wash only. Do not use abrasive cleaning materials. Oven safe to 450 degrees F.  Place food in vessel before turning on the flame. To maintain copper brilliance, occasionally polish with Cape Cod Metal Polishing Cloths.

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