This 17 ¾” long enamel roasting is quite a find. Joseph Mathey patented this unique double wall roasting pan in 1909 and struck an agreement with Republic Metalware Co. in Buffalo, NY to manufacture his Roaster. The inside of the pan is a coupe shape that curves away from the outside wall of the roaster, thus creating a double wall. Several sizes of this roaster were made, but this is the largest one that was offered. The embossed name Savory is on both sides of the pan. This roaster is a solid dark blue enamel that has been well-used. There are a couple of dings in the lid and some other spots that, I believe, are just from many years of being in the oven – doesn’t that just give it so much homespun charm? The Savory roaster was only manufactured for about 30-40 years; later models has the speckled enameling on them, but you don’t find many solid color ones.
This would be a wonderful addition to your country kitchen décor or to use everyday. Please contact us if you have any questions. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces.
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Early Dark Blue Savory Enamel Double-Wall Roaster