Fait Tout translates to "does everything"... and this piece lives up to it's name. Constructed of thick gage copper, this substantial pan (almost eight pounds!) was made by the famous Dehillerin in the early 1900s. It's hybrid shape makes it versatile enough to make a sauce, boil pasta, saute vegetables, or cook a steak.
This fait tout was probably in service at a restaurant, as its surface imperfections show. It's been re-tinned and polished to a mirror finish, and is ready for another generation of cooking.
If you could only own one piece of French cookware, this would be the one.
Dimensions: 10"D x 3.5"H. Overall length 20.5"
Weight: 7.6 lbs