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Michael Lax pretty much populates a good portion of my kitchen kit. So few designers ever did so much for enameled cast iron, melamine and various other kitchen implements. The large enamel skillets that you see in other shops...usually in yellow or red, from personal experience, are simply a joy to cook with. I have or course a favorite very well seasoned 1940's 10in. cast iron skillet that I'll be buried with....but my next go to skillet for virtually any application is my Copco!

This 8 inch # 109E is in fantastic condition. The perfect size for a small well equipped kitchen. With this little guy, a larger 10in skillet, a nice mid-sized sauté pot and one large soup pot or dutch oven...and your stove pot collection really doesn't need to get more extravagant!

I'm a cook....I'm pretty good cook if you believe my dinner guest and sig. other over at Steamertrunk. I've gone through the exercise in acquisition over the years of walk through the kitchen shops going,"...got it, got it, got it...want it...want it...got it...OH MAN GOTTA HAVE IT!!!"
However, I find now that my daily drive pots and pans, the ones I continually grab are few, but preform what I need them to do every time....perfectly. Two of the five pots that fall into this category are Copco and one.....is the yellow version of this #109E.

So...for what it's worth, there's the word from CM about Copco. Whether you're just learning to cook, moving into your first place with an efficiency kitchen (but it's your very OWN efficiency kitchen!!!)....or, if you've been there, cooked that and just need a pot that you can grab knowing it will produce the perfect uniform heat....here you go!
You'll find an extremely small divot in the enamel where the handle meets the pan that doesn't go through to the iron and a few marks in the base...appears someone didn't grasp the concept of using wooden utensil on enamel. Again, they are not scratches just discolorations. CM

Internationals please convo for shipping quote prior to purchase!

Copco Danish Enamel Skillet 8 inch


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: enamel, cast iron
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 83 reviews
  • Favorited by: 16 people