1920s. Diameter: 5.5 inches. Height: 3.1 inches. Weight: 4.2 lbs. Iron handle with copper rivets: 5.9 inches.
This pan’s small size belies its weight and boasts some of the thicker copper we’ve come across in a vessel this size. The material was hand-hammered – the blows still visible under the smooth surface, which gives it a beautiful deep shine.
The pan itself was found at a small market, or brocante, in the heart of France. A great piece of history to be displayed, or after a re-tinning, to be used in the kitchen for many more years.