When it comes to heat conduction and heat distribution, copper outweighs steel with the same material thickness by a long shot. Hence it is the ideal material for manufacturing pots and pans. In their top product line, Mauviel manufactures pots and pans with an inner stainless steel coating rather than the widely accepted tin which is prone to scratches and sensitive to heat. These combine the advantages of steel and copper pans. The result: optimal heat conduction, and the inside of the pan is hard-wearing and yet easy to clean. The material thickness is 2.5 mm (0.1”). The handles are made of cast iron. This family-owned company based in Normandy, France, has been around since 1830 and is well-known among professionals and dedicated hobby cooks for its high quality.
Copper lid, 20 cm (8” approx.)
Ø 20 cm (8” approx.), height 3 cm (1” approx.), weight 390 g