Frying pan made of copper and iron. The pan is large and round with copper plating on the outside and iron inside. The handle made from a T-shaped piece of iron. The cross has three iron rivets securing it to the pan, after the cross bar the handle then extends up and has an elbow to make the handle almost flat. At the tip of the handle there is a key hole shaped hole, probably for suspension. There is an inscription of "R.P." on the side of the pan, near the handle and a mark on the base, possibly the makers mark.
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