This 8 inch diameter by 1-5/8" deep rolled edge copper skillet was made by Revere Copper & Brass in the mid 1930s. It has a black painted wood handle with ring end for hanging. The copper exterior is in good shape but the tin lining is scratched and worn around the bottom edge as shown. The bottom of the pan is slightly bowed in the center. It's fine to cook with on a coil-type burner but you may not wish to use it on a smooth stovetop. Marked on the bottom Revere Solid Copper Rome N.Y. in circle.
Revere Copper 8 Inch Skillet Wood Handle 1930s