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In fantastic used condition with no major chips to the enamel. Some evidence of use to the inside of the pot (utensil marks and whatnot) and some discoloration or staining to the underside of the lid (see pictures). Underside is stamped "Copco", "D1", and "Denmark".
The interior is about 6-1/2" in diameter by 3" tall. Overall, it measures 4" tall including the lid and just over 9" wide including the distinctive handles. Holds about 5 cups of liquid or about 1.2L.
Color-wise, it's probably closest to Pantone 1525. For those unfamiliar with the Pantone Matching System, please note that the only accurate way to preview the color is with a printed Pantone swatch book -- even viewing our pictures on a professionally-calbrated display will not give you proper color representation.
Michael Lax and the Copco Company collaborated over a twenty-year period which resulted in some of the most distinctive enamel cast-iron cookware ever created. Lax was renown for the simple shapes and vivid color that he brought to housewares for many companies in the United States after the Second World War. In 1999, The New York Times praised Lax for his "ability to combine modern design and the “human element” in a useful product for the home"
Now 25% off its original price of $48 -- grab it while you can!
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