Last year I looked around for a 2 qt pot for snow melting to possibly replace my old Sigg Tourist sets. I have 2 Sigg sets. One with a special wind screen for my old Svea 123, that is retired; and one without that I normally use with a Whisperlite or Dragonfly in winter. Really couldn't find anything. Either they had bails, teflon coating or something that didn't appeal to me. Finally decided that the old Siggs were still the cat's meow.
You might want to try and find a Sigg Tourist set on eBay. My complete Sigg set-up with a 1.25 qt pot, 1.75 qt pot, fry pan/lid, and pot handle weighs just under 16 ounces for everything. The bottom of the 1.75 pot is stepped running from 6" at the flat of the bottom to just over 7" in diameter about a 1/4" up from the bottom.
Here are a some pictures
Sigg Tourist and Dragonfly. The Whisperlite is inside the pot set.
Here are all the pieces. The large pot is on the stove. That thing in the front is a base for MSR stoves, which I have never actually used. Too heavy.
This is my Whisperlite inside the two pots.
Anyway, I couldn't find anything on the market better than the Sigg set up.