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Old 11-04-2004, 04:43 AM   #1
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1950's tri arc saucepans with detachable handle

Hi it's Deeshirley from Queensland Australia.

Does anyone remember a particular saucepan set which comprised of 3 arc shaped saucepans with a detachable handle? They could all fit on one large hotplate of the stove. Not sure of what material they were made of.
I'd love to get hold of a set. If anyone know of a brand, that would be very helpful for me to track one down. 8)


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Old 11-04-2004, 06:55 AM   #2
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Looks like us Aussies all had them. oi! Oi! Oi! Originally made by Mackenzie and Bannister in NZ they were taken over by Brentware Australia.They also came with a steamer basket insert with a wire liftout handle. The saucepans themselves were made of aluminium. From memory they had annodised lids in a reddish colour, maybe other colours also. They may be a good collectors item but I personally would not like to cook in them due to the aluminium.

Looks like you just missed out on a set on e-Bay.
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