A Large Oval Copper Pan with Lid
These huge copper pans would have been used in large country and town houses, I pity the poor member of the households staff that had to lift these.This is the smallest of three pans of this shape available. All are made in the middle of the Victorian period around 1870/80. The body of the pan is constructed from brass with a keyed seam and is tin lined. The handle is made from iron and riveted to the body with copper rivets. It has a tight fitting lid with a riveted copper handle and is in good condition. Dimensions: body of the pan excluding the handles measures 30cm x 15cm and is 13cm high.