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English saucepan features iron tubular handle and flange held with two copper rivets.The lid has a wide copper strap handle impressed with the number "4" for its size and held with two copper rivets, hand-cut dovetailed seams up the rear and around the underside. Bottom stamped "A" for the maker established in London in 1871.The "CSL" represents "Cooperative Society Ltd" until 1934. Circa 1850.
About the Seller
Coppermill Kitchen was born out of my passion for the beauty and charm hidden in each piece of cookware I discover during forays to London and Paris. Every item in the collection is hand-selected and features the finest in vintage European copper. Get cooking with a piece of history! Bon appétit!
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- 15" L x 7.5" W x 7.5" H
- other; Care instructions come with the piece.