A small, French copper saucepan and cover, dating from c.1880. This saucepan is made from a heavy gauge of copper and the lid is a slightly thinner gauge. This was quite normal with this style of lid. The steel handles are the typical French shape. Both the pan and lid are marked with a letter 'B' in one place and 'J L' in another. These letters would probably relate to previous owners. There is an interesting castellated seam around the pan about 2cm. up from the base. This is from the manufacture, where two pieces of copper have been joined. It is in excellent condition and the interior has been re-tinned so that it can be used. The pan itself measures 13cm. diameter by 8.4cm. deep. The other sizes given are the overall dimensions.
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