2 Quart Copper Pot

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Our 2-Quart, 1.5mm copper pot is designed to match the original copper cookware built during the late 1700’s and early 1800’s in America.

5 in stock (can be backordered)


We wanted to create a piece of cookware that would easily serve 2-4 people, fit within a condo the same as it would a large home, and last generations. The 2-Quart copper pan is designed to match the original copper cookware built during the late 1700’s and early 1800’s in America.

2 quart capacity
Solid ductile iron ears; authentic mid-1800’s reproductions
1.5mm thick copper
Pure tin lining
6″ diameter (our lids fit both the 3qt and 2qt pots – lids sold separately)
5″ high

Please see our care instruction card for any questions you have regarding the care of your copper piece. Dishwashers should be avoided.

Always remember FISH:

Food in First

Instruments should be wood or silicon

Sharp objects should never be used

Hot pads should always be used

Your copper pot is sourced and hand-made in America. The American copper cookware industry renaissance took many years and an array of artisans around the country, and the House copper cookware is the culmination of research, hard work and a love of cooking with all things truly authentic.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 6 in

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