Carse Antiques is located in Rait, United Kingdom
Rare Large 19th Century Copper Venison Roasting Pan
RARE large early 19th Century Georgian antique copper venison roasting pan with original lift out liner inside. This large pan reputedly originally came from Glamis castle in Angus. It is rare in the fact that it has its original inner liner and was used for roasting large venison loins. Juices / water was added to the roasting pan and the inner tray allowed the meat not to dry out which is a common problem if venison is not cooked properly. The pan is of early dovetailed construction with large heavy duty handles. Carse Antiques is a member of both LAPADA and CINOA
Carse Antiques has clarified that the Rare Large 19th Century Copper Venison Roasting Pan (LA20354) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1820
It is in very good condition for age.
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This Rare Large 19th Century Copper Venison Roasting Pan is located in Rait, United Kingdom