Mauviel M150c2 Copper Sauce Pan and Lid, 1.9QT
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A bright idea.
Mauviel, a French family business established in 1830 and located in the Normandy town of Villedieu-les-Poeles, is the world's go-to for professional copper cookware. Over 170-year of experience went into this handcrafted copper sauce pan, lined with stainless steel for your most practical cooking—and precise enough for your most finicky. Copper is 10 times more conductive than stainless steel so whatever's inside will heat up extremely quickly (and evenly!) and cool down fast, too. The stainless steel also makes for caring for your pot a cinch and resists corrosion. Add this sparkling diamond to your cooking arsenal and there will always be a bit of sunshine around.
Photography by Rocky Luten & James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Copper, stainless steel, cast iron
6.3" in diameter (13.5" W with handle) x 3.5" H (4.25" H with lid), holds 1.9 quarts
Care & Notes -
Compatible with gas, electric, and halogen cooktops. Safe for use in the oven. Before first use and after use, carefully wash with hot soapy water then rinse and dry. Be careful not to clean with bleach, which could lead to irreparable damage. To restore the shiny copper surface, use a metal cleaner such as Copperbrill.
Meet the Maker
Villedieu-les-Poêles is a petite village in Normandy under the shadow of Mont Saint Michel known as the “City of Copper,” where Monsieur Ernest Mauviel was inspired to establish his manufacturing company in 1830. With 800 years of copper making lore passed down from generation to generation, Mauviel has been supplying cookware of the highest quality to professional cooks and household chefs ever since, and everyone lives happier ever after.View Full Profile
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