Copper cookware is not only undeniably beautiful but incredibly heat-efficient; in fact, it’s 25 times more conductive than stainless steel. Lining it with a non reactive tin lining (a practice dating back to at least the 17th century) creates a beautifully nonstick, food-safe surface that’s easy to clean and protects the copper from acidic foods.
Our 11" Copper Chef’s Pan, handmade in England. It is suitable for electric and gas ranges (a conversion ring is needed for induction stoves) The snug-fitting lid features a cast iron knob, and the pan’s iron handle is affixed with three brass rivets. Each pan is individually spun, so no two are exactly alike. To preserve your pan’s longevity, do not heat above 450 degrees; use wooden or silicone utensils, and avoid harsh cleaning chemicals or materials. The pan measures 11” across x 2¼” high, and weighs 2 lbs, 4 oz. The lid’s diameter is 11½”, and weighs 1 lb, 13 oz.You May Also Like
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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Our Maker
We recently partnered with the Netherton Foundry to produce a select assortment of cookware exclusively for us here at Garrett Wade.
Black spun iron, one of the best cookware materials today, is an alternative to cast iron, which has historically been used in cookware. Spun iron is created by spinning discs of iron on lathes and then forming them over molds. It is superior to cast iron in one major way: It is a lot lighter than cast iron, usually 50% of the weight. You will no doubt appreciate this when you’re moving your rustic black iron cookware from your stove or oven to a countertop or tabletop.
Take a peek behind the scenes of this amazing process...