Circa 1850 Copper Pot / Pan Weighs 11 lbs Lewis & Conger Holds 10 Quarts
It will be hard to find one better than this. The weight of a copper pot tells you the true quality. Always check on the weight of a pot before you buy it.
THIS POT WEIGHS 11 POUNDS!!
The marking on it is stamped into the side of the pot. The marking says - 28, Lewis & Conger, New York
THIS POT HOLDS 10 QUARTS!!
The handle is made of iron with copper fittings.
This pan is not dovetailed. It is one solid piece of copper. This was a much more expensive pan when it was made.
This work of art dates to around 1850.
The Lewis & Condor Company was established in 1835. They were importers located in New York. The majority of their copperware came from France.
It is in excellent condition. It does show wear from use. NO DENTS. It has been retinned.
It is part of our own personal collection. WE cooked with it. We need to down size.
The pot measures 11" wide x 6 3/4" deep. The handle is 11" long.
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