Harriet's Apple Pan
Harriet's Apple Pan   Price: $8.50

This design is inspired by a design originally painted on the floor of a bread basket probably painted by Harriet Butler, the daughter of Aaron and Sarah Butler. Aaron Butler most likely began his apprenticeship as a tin-smith at the age of 15, and apprenticed for 3-5 years. He operated a tinshop in East Greenville, New York, circa 1824-1855. I thought the design was so pretty, I chose to put it on the sides of the apple pan so it is more visible.

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