A Pair Of French Royal Household Copper Pans from Fontainebleau palace 1845 Louis Philippe. These copper pans would have been used to cook food for the then king of France Louis-Philippe I who reigned from 1830-1848. Fontainebleau palace lies 34 miles southeast of Paris and is one of the largest royal chateaux in France.
Although being slightly different In sizes they are each approximately 10.5cm high and 13.5cm in diameter.
The condition of the pans and the engraving can be seen in the photos, showing the numbers and lettering which are slightly worn in places through being polished. One pan lid also has a broken loop and it's centre pin missing.
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