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Our 12″, 3mm thick copper skillet is hand-made in America, and is the only kind in its size, strength, and thickness. The original American coppersmiths created this particular shape as one of the first pieces they’d make in their apprenticeship.

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Our 12″ skillet (aka the Man Pan) is hand-made in America, and is the only kind in its size, thickness, weight and strength available. The original American coppersmiths used to make skillets with the straight-wall shape, and in this dimension by hand, but most vintage pieces have since disappeared.

12″ diameter : 10″ cooking surface
Solid iron handle; authentic 1800’s reproduction
3mm thick copper
7.5 lbs
Pure hand-wiped tin interior lining
2.5″ high sides

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

Enjoy cooking with the best type of cookware there is. The best part? Because copper is so renewable, these copper skillets stand a good chance of showing up in an archeological dig someday a few thousand years from now. How cool is that?

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 21 × 12 × 3 in

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