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Some like it ORANGE!

This Michael Lax Design for Copco is from the 1960s, and will go beautifully with other vintage enamel cookware such as Catherineholm and Dansk. This hard-to-find double duty cookpot was made in Switzerland as a fryer and as a stockpot.

This lidded orange stockpot is in very good, unused condition. It has 3 very tiny nicks to the base rim (See 1st and 4th photos), consistent with enamel cookware. Slightly off-round (very slight, and not visible). The fryer basket is not available for this unit (slots are for inserting basket arms). A few minor storage scratches are on the base.

Holds 6 quarts to the brim or 4 quarts for comfortable and safe cooking.

7 inches deep X 9 inches wide X 28 inches diameter.

Michael Lax (1929 - 1999) was an iconic designer of the 1960s, best known for his iconic enamel tea kettle with the teak handle for Copco and his Lightolier Lytegem sphere-resting-on-a-cube high intensity mini-lamp.

I do ship internationally. Please contact me with your country for shipping estimate.

ON SALE Michael Lax for Copco Stockpot Fryer - 1960s Mod - Orange Enamel on Steel


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: Enamelled Steel
  • Only ships within United States.
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