Tinned Copper Skillet

At the apex of metal arts in the US, blacksmith artist, teacher, and designer Patrick Quinn has created a copper pan of uncompromising quality, for an unparalleled cooking experience. Available in two complementary sizes, the smaller, with a 5.5" / 140mm flat base, is perfect for one to two servings, sauces, a simple wine reduction, chocolate, or even a couple of eggs, while the larger, with a 7" / 178mm base, offers ample space for larger portions, searing proteins, and any dish where even and precise temperature control is vital. Lined with tin, the pans are inherently non-stick, easy to clean, and designed to cook all variety of ingredients, heating quickly and evenly, and cooling quickly. The tin will age with grace, darkening and changing over time depending on what has been cooked. Tinned in-house by Center for Metal Arts co-artisan Dan Neville, this traditional copper-pan lining is applied carefully to each pan by hand and can be rejuvenated through re-tinning when needed. And, the collaboration relied on the finely honed skills of specialty metal spinner Tim Lucas who spun each skillet one by one on a lathe. Forged from carbon steel, the tapered, beautifully designed handle receives a file-finish to match the tinned interior, is fastened to the base with aluminum rivets, and fitted with a copper eyelet to complete the hole for hanging and display.

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Patrick Quinn has taught blacksmithing at schools across the country, from Southern Illinois University to The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine. Patrick's knowledge of metalwork is wide reaching and he regularly creates purpose-built tools alongside artistic sculptures of all variety, from forging hammers to copper, brass and steel decorative pieces. Patrick's vision is especially well suited to the tools we use daily in the kitchen and we're excited to offer his work here on Eatingtools.

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Small / Large Base Width: 5.5" / 7". Small / Large Overall Length (handle to opposite lip): 11.4" / 14.2". Small / Large Wall Height: 1.42" / 1.61". Small / Large Weight: 1lb 10oz / 2lb 8oz. Copper Width: 0.093" / 2.36mm.
Solid copper, tin lining, forged carbon steel handle with copper eyelet and aluminum rivets.
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