This is a 1950's Vintage Northland Cast Aluminum Bundt Pan. It is in used vintage condition with some scrapings and such that add to its character. With its 12 cup capacity, this bundt pan will be a big and beautiful addition to your kitchen. Whether you will be using this pan for crafting,collecting or decor, you are sure to be delighted! The interior is cream / beige. The exterior is a green gradient of light green to dark green. It is a cast aluminum pan and pretty heavy compared to many other bundt pans. Enjoy!
Condition: Rustic Used Vintage Condition Pan has some scuffing and wear consistent with use and storage. Please see pictures for more detail.
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