This 7 inch diameter copper skillet was made by Revere Copper & Brass between the late 1920s to very early 1930s. It's a little over 1-1/2" deep with straight sides and pour spouts, surprisingly heavy for its size. It's been well used over the last 80-some years as evidenced by the wear to the tin lining and the rim being a little out of round. The skillet sits flat but the very center bottom of the pan is slightly bowed. Marked on the bottom Revere Solid Copper Rome N.Y. in circle.