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Classic Jam Pot, 32 cm (10.6 qt)

SKU: CU2040SF
During the jam-making process and other confectionery procedures, melting sugar blocks reactive copper ions. That's why pure, unlined copper is safe to use when making jams, curds, preserves, conserves and confections. It also reacts with sugar to preserve the true color and flavor of your jams. This pot embodies the functionality and rustic beauty that confectioners have enjoyed for centuries.
$270.00

The hallmark attributes of copper; even heat distribution and rapid response to temperature change, make Falk Culinair pans a natural choice for cooking enthusiasts.

  • Substantial 2.0 mm copper content for even heat distribution
  • Warm beauty of the easy-care satin finish copper
  • The Classic line traditional cast iron handle with ergonomic shape
  • Falk Culinair Lifetime Guaranty

The hallmark attributes of copper; even heat distribution and rapid response to temperature change, make Falk Culinair pans a natural choice for cooking enthusiasts.

  • Substantial 2.0 mm copper content for even heat distribution
  • Warm beauty of the easy-care satin finish copper
  • The Classic line traditional cast iron handle with ergonomic shape
  • Falk Culinair Lifetime Guaranty
Products specifications
Product Line Classic
Type Jam Pot
Approx US Size 10 quart
Diameter 32 cm
Bi-metal Thickness 2.0 mm
Dimensions 42 cm (16.5 in) L, 32 cm (12.6 in) W, 13.5 cm (5.3 in) H
Weight 3.8 kg, (8.4 lbs)
Volume 10 l, (10.6 qt)
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Products specifications
Product Line Classic
Type Jam Pot
Approx US Size 10 quart
Diameter 32 cm
Bi-metal Thickness 2.0 mm
Dimensions 42 cm (16.5 in) L, 32 cm (12.6 in) W, 13.5 cm (5.3 in) H
Weight 3.8 kg, (8.4 lbs)
Volume 10 l, (10.6 qt)
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