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Brass, copper & cast iron saucepans

Those of us who have visited the kitchens of the grand houses ownd by the National Trust can't failed to have noticed the splendid displays of copper pans.

Many households would have cast iron pots made at founderies such as Kenrick or Baldwin, some of which were desgined to hang over fires. Eventually Judge introduced black and pearl enamelled ones with long handles for ranges.

Although copper was the preferred choice for the Georgians and Victorians, after WW1 and the shortage of servants to polish them, they began to lose its appeal.

But given that saucepans would last generations and be handed down, many families were using copper and cast iron well into the thirties.

Larger brass, copper and cast can be found on our Preserving pans page.


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