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Copco Loaf Pan Wanted

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I have a favorite loaf pan. It's a Copco, made of clay or terracotta. The one I have is 10-inches long by about 4-inches wide. I used to have a more standard sized loaf pan, but the ex-wife took it when she left. I'd like to get one ... can anyone help me find the pan? I've been looking for a l-o-n-g time. Thanks!

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Well, that was fast! I checked ebay earlier today and didn't see that. Not sure I want the casserole along with the loaf pan, but I'll ask the seller if she'll sell just the one item. Thanks!

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I bet buying the casserole pan is cheaper than the divorce. Think of the joy the loaf pan will give you.

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I bet buying the casserole pan is cheaper than the divorce. Think of the joy the loaf pan will give you.

<LOL>

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Hurray! I found the original company that made these pans, and they are still making them. They're in upstate NY, and they are more interesting than I ever thought. They are made with a special clay from a quarry owned by the company, and this clay has non stick properties. Oh, I am so friggin happy!

Tomorrow I will contact directly and order a couple of pans. :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin: etc.

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Do you mind sharing with us the information about the supplier? It's always nice to find a nice source.

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Do you mind sharing with us the information about the supplier? It's always nice to find a nice source.

http://tuftyceramics.com/

I placed an order several days ago and have not heard back from them ... FWIW

I'll give them a call in the morning.

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