Large Georgian Fish Poaching Pan
Date/Circa: 1805Origin: England Catalog No: A0741
Length: 6"Width: 27"Height: 5"
A early form of copper pan specifically designed for poaching fish. Originally of the highest quality, it is heavy and in wonderful condition.
Today the pan is generally used to brighten up the home, to hold candles on a mantle place, plants on a window sill, or simply as a wine cooler at a party, showcasing a row of fine wines.
Inside width is 24″. Overall width is 27″.
We love antique copper pans and use them exclusively in our home. Copper conducts heat quickly and evenly with no hot spots on the bottom of the pan, allowing for greater control because the pans heat up faster, then cool down faster when taken from the heat. Copper pots are the prize of a chef’s kitchen.