This fine example of an antique copper cooking pot has been well-looked after for the last 150 years. As copper pans like this one were manufactured both on the continent and in England during the 19th century, it is difficult to establish where it originated.
It is an unusually tall example, and sought-after because of this. The pot has a pronounced hand-rolled edge around the top and two riveted outward-facing wrought iron handles that are bent upward for easier lifting; all adding to its decorative appeal. The solid copper pot has a wonderful original patina and great color. The pot has two hand-finished flat seams.
The condition is excellent for its age and type. There are some minor dents and surface abrasions that look to be from polishing. There are also a few darkened spots that might be removed with more polishing. The inside is clean.
It measures 12 inches in diameter at the handles. It is 10-3/4 inches high to the top of the pot’s rim.
19th Century Victorian Copper Cooking Pot
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