The most unique French daubiere/saucepan used can be used for stews, soups or braising meat. We love these as they have multiple functions. Features hand forged handles and dovetailed seams the sign of a highly skilled blacksmith of this time. The most worthy feature of this pot is the two intricate large crowns stamped to both the lid and pot for royalty or aristocrat descent along with initials "NH1" for original 19th century owner. Initials were often stamped into the cookware of aristocrat homes to prevent loss or theft in a large collection. The number one can symbolize the rank of the item in a colection as aristocratic households also numbered their cookware. Also stamped with its maker "ADAM & SON 26 BURY St LONDON S.W.". This is a true one of a kind find! We can confidently say we will never have another again! Has been restored to be used once again.
- Made of copper
- Care instructions come with the piece
- Made in England
- This Vintage item is one-of-a-kind and may have slight imperfections due to its age
- Dimensions: 10.75"L x 7.5"W x 6"Deep
About the Antique Restored Collection
Coppermill Kitchen is dedicated to finding only unique and special copperware that has both the charm and a story to tell for generations to come.