Sold as found not sure about the tinning on this one, as it’s pretty dirty, but it is an oldie for sure.
Gorgeous copper sauce pan, probably made in France. Certainly a well loved piece as it has two sets of numbers on it – numbers were thought to the the markings of chefs who brought their own pots to restaurants where they worked, and denoted that the pot was owned by that chef. Pieces with more than once set of numbers are believed to be piece that were handed down. As this piece has two numbers, this may well be the case. Based on the cast iron handles, hand made peans – suggest that this is from 1900-1930. Looks like it was re-tinned at least once as you can see some drips of tin on the interior. 2mm thick walls. Should be a great user.
Marked with a small 66, and a larger 22
8” 1/2 diameter, 4” 1/2 deep, 8” 1/2 long handle
Unrestored. Sold as found.
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