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Vintage All Clad LTD 2 Qt saucier

Jirachi | Apr 3, 202004:28 PM     13

Good afternoon Chowhound, I'm on the hunt for a sauteuse évasée bombée style pan from the original All Clad LTD hard-anodized line and I was wondering if anyone has one they would sell to me. I love the original Master Chef and LTD lines, but the anodized exterior makes no difference to me, so if anyone has the 2 Qt saucier with a maybe discolored or even heavily worn exterior (from putting it in the dishwasher, etc.), please consider selling it to me! I've seen it referred to as a "rounded bottom" (not really), open saucier. If you have this pan with or without lid and are willing to part with it and pass it on to a new home, or you discolored your pan and want an excuse to trade in for an upgrade, I would love to hear from you. You can reach me here or email me at jirachi.chowhound@gmail.com
Thanks Chowhound

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