Made by a company that has been in production since 1819, these tin pie plates weren’t always used just for pie—in the 1848 Gold Rush, miners and pioneers resourcefully took empty pie tins to pan for gold.
The shallow tin plates may be used for baking anything from an all-American apple pie to a very French quiche. Each piece is handmade and uniquely designed.
Hand wash with soap and water. Do not use abrasives as that may scratch the tin. Never place in dishwasher.
Over time and with use, the color of the tin may darken. This is normal and does not affect the integrity of the pie plate.
Each tin is individually made, so imperfections are expected and contribute to the uniqueness of your handmade vessel.
This metalworking company is careful to adhere to the same standards of materials and fabrication set almost 200 years ago at its founding. The process begins with tin sheets, which are sheared to size, then blanked, or cut, by hand. The sized pieces are metal stamped into their final pie plate form.
Durable, reusable tin pie plates for specialty pies, cobblers or quiche. Inspired by the 1848 Gold Rush and the miners that panned for gold. Made in the U.S. by a metal manufacturer founded in 1819. Comes in a set of two.
9.8 inches diameter x 1.4 inches high
(25 cm x 3 ½ cm)
Comes in a set of two
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