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Reserved for Julie - Vintage Large Mint Green Savory Roasting Pan

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My sister has an MG convertible this color - I love it! This delightful double walled enamel roaster was made by the Republic Metalware company of Buffalo, New York over 100 years ago. The gorgeous color and curvaceous design are quite amazing and would add a great burst of color to a retro kitchen. (It would also make a really cool planter, but the cooking gods might strike me down for that suggestion!)

Measures about 19" long by 11" wide by 8" high. The handles add an inch in height and length. Quite sturdy at nearly seven pounds! This roaster has served up many wonderful meals over it's lifetime, but still appears quite usable. The inside is no longer shiny, almost as if hard water or minerals built up on the surface. The right handle is missing (see last photo) although I'd think as long as you have a good thick pot holder, you'll still be fine taking it in and out of the oven. There are large chips in the enamel along the lid edge, and the two big spots on the pan where the handle is missing.

Thank you to Pat of lakesidecottage for providing this link to an article with more info about the roaster: http://thesecondhelpinghouse.blogspot.com/2009/05/all-about-savory-roaster.html

I am happy to ship internationally - please convo me for a quote if your country is not listed.

Reserved for Julie - Vintage Large Mint Green Savory Roasting Pan

Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Material: metal
  • Feedback: 823 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Wisconsin, United States
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