Vintage Copper Baking Pan
This beautifully restored, heavy gauge baking dish has a hand cut copper flange securing a thick brass ring for hanging. Made in New York City circa 1880 and stamped with maker's mark "Stamped D. H & M. CO. N.Y. 43&45 WOOSTER ST". Quality vintage copper made in the USA is rare to find. This piece is truly one-of-a-kind.
New York City
Coppermill Kitchen The first time Beth Ann Sweeney went to Europe she fell in love with vintage copper. Struck by the differences between vintage copper and the mass-produced modern day cookware she was familiar with in large chain stores, she was inspired to create a line embodying the quality and craftsmanship of the classics. Learn More >
Copper; Brass ring; Tin lining
12" Length x 7.5" Width x 1" Depth
Dishwasher and microwave safe. When baking, do not heat above 450ºF as tin can melt at 460ºF.
Before first use, clean the tin interior with soap and water. Always dry thoroughly. Using wood or other non-abrasive utensils and sponges will help avoid damaging the copper surface. Copper will darken with prolonged use, but is easily cleaned with a copper cleaner. We recommend using American-made Wright's Copper Cream.
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