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French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very lovely mid-19th century copper fish pan - poissoniere - from the South of France. A terrific accent piece for a kitchen, bathroom or living area.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Decorative Bowls

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Copper

  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
H 4 in. W 17.63 in. D 6 in.
French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very charming early 19th century fish pan beautifully crafted from copper and an iron handle. This beautiful piece origins from the southwest of France. Perfect as a kitchen access...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Platters and Serveware

Materials

Copper

  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
H 4.13 in. W 18.75 in. D 6.13 in.
Large 18th Century French Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A large 18th century fish pan in copper from the South of France. The pan retains its original poaching tray. Five wholes have been punched into the bottom of the pan. Wonderful qua...
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Antique 18th Century French Decorative Bowls

Materials

Copper

  • Large 18th Century French Copper Fish Pan
  • Large 18th Century French Copper Fish Pan
  • Large 18th Century French Copper Fish Pan
  • Large 18th Century French Copper Fish Pan
H 9.75 in. W 33.13 in. D 9.38 in.
French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very handsome early 19th century fish pan beautifully crafted from heavy gauge copper from the Provence region of France. A lovely accent piece for any kitchen, bathroom or table top.
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Antique Early 19th Century French Decorative Bowls

Materials

Copper

  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
H 5.13 in. W 27.13 in. D 8.88 in.
French Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A wonderful 18th century copper fish pan from the South of France. A perfect kitchen island or farm table accessory.
Category

Antique 18th Century French Platters and Serveware

Materials

Copper

  • French Copper Fish Pan
  • French Copper Fish Pan
  • French Copper Fish Pan
  • French Copper Fish Pan
H 7.13 in. W 25 in. D 9 in.
Charming French Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very charming early 19th century copper fish pan from the South of France. A perfect kitchen counter or farm table accessory.
Category

Antique 19th Century French Decorative Bowls

Materials

Copper

  • Charming French Copper Fish Pan
  • Charming French Copper Fish Pan
  • Charming French Copper Fish Pan
  • Charming French Copper Fish Pan
H 6.63 in. W 27.5 in. D 7 in.
French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very charming mid-19th century copper fish poaching pan from the Provence region of France. A wonderful addition to any copper cookware collection.
Category

Antique Mid-19th Century French Centerpieces

Materials

Copper

  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
H 5.63 in. W 18.13 in. D 7 in.
French 18th Century Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very charming 18th century fish poaching pan from the South of France in beautiful copper with brass mounts. This pan retails its original poaching tray. A perfect kitchen accessory.
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Antique Late 18th Century French Decorative Bowls

Materials

Copper

  • French 18th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 18th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 18th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 18th Century Copper Fish Pan
H 5.75 in. W 23.25 in. D 6.5 in.
French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A mid-19th century fish pan in copper from the South of France. The pan retains its original poaching tray. Wonderful quality. A great addition to a copperware collection.
Category

Antique Mid-19th Century French Decorative Bowls

Materials

Copper

  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
H 6.5 in. W 23.63 in. D 7 in.
Vintage Copper Fish Pan, Early 20th Century
Located in Chappaqua, NY
Vintage copper fish pan, early 20th century. Large rectangular size with rolled rim and brass handles. Dovetailing between bottom and sides.
Category

Early 20th Century Platters and Serveware

Materials

Copper

18th Century French Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very lovely 18th century Copper Fish Pan from the South of France. A wonderful accessory piece to add warmth and charm.
Category

Antique 18th Century French Platters and Serveware

Materials

Copper

  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
H 6 in. W 32.5 in. D 8 in.
18th Century French Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very lovely 18th century copper fish pan from the South of France. A wonderful accessory piece to add warmth and charm.
Category

Antique 18th Century French Platters and Serveware

Materials

Copper

  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
H 5 in. W 25.5 in. D 9.13 in.
18th Century French Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very charming French 18th century fish pan from the southwest of France. Terrific patina.
Category

Antique 18th Century French Platters and Serveware

Materials

Copper

  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
H 4.75 in. W 22.88 in. D 9.63 in.
18th Century French Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very handsome and large 18th century French fish pan in copper. A terrific accessory piece for any kitchen island or farm table.
Category

Antique 18th Century French Decorative Bowls

Materials

Copper

  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
  • 18th Century French Fish Pan
H 6.25 in. W 34.13 in. D 8.75 in.
French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
A very handsome early 19th century fish pan beautifully crafted from heavy gauge copper from the Provence region of France. A lovely accent piece for any kitchen, bathroom or table top.
Category

Antique Early 19th Century French Platters and Serveware

Materials

Copper

  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
  • French Early 19th Century Copper Fish Pan
H 5.38 in. W 22.75 in. D 6.88 in.
Exceptionally Large 18th Century French Copper Fish Pan
Located in Atlanta, GA
An exceptionally large 18th century fish pan in copper from the South of France. A perfect farm table center piece.
Category

Antique 18th Century French Centerpieces

Materials

Copper

Unique Handcrafted Antique Copper Kitchen Pan for Cooking Fish, Eal, Pike Etc
Located in Lisse, NL
This handcrafted 19th century pan will also make a great jardinière. If you are a chef or simply passionate about cooking and appreciative of the incredible workmanship from the ear...
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Antique Early 19th Century Dutch More Dining and Entertaining

Materials

Copper, Wrought Iron

Copper Fish Pan For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the copper fish pan you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Frequently made of copper, metal and iron, every copper fish pan was constructed with great care. Your living room may not be complete without a copper fish pan — find older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 20th Century.

How Much is a Copper Fish Pan?

Prices for a copper fish pan can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $450 and can go as high as $1,975, while the average can fetch as much as $688.

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