Mauviel M150B Copper Oval Pan with Bronze Handles
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From one of the greatest French copper cookware makers comes the roasting pan that travels beautifully from the stovetop to the oven to the table. The copper body and bronze hands make this pan exceptionally durable (we’re talking generations) and functional: The copper exterior heats quickly and evenly, and the stainless steel interior preserves the flavors of whatever you’re cooking (and makes it easy to clean, too). The oval shape is so classic that you (or your grandchildren) will want to use this for everything, though we think it’s particularly lovely for gratins of all kinds, from scalloped potatoes to mac and cheese to apple crisp.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Copper, bronze, stainless steel
12" is 12" L (15.5" L with handles) x 8" W x 1.5" H
14" is 14" L (17.75" L with handles) x 9" W x 1.7" H
15.75" is 15.75" L (19.5" L with handles) x 10.25" W x 3" H
Care & Notes -
Hand wash only; not safe for use in dishwasher. Do not clean with bleach, as it could lead to irreparable damage. To restore the shiny copper surface to your Mauviel bowl, pick up a bottle of Copperbrill cleaner.
Copper can change colors when placed into hot temperatures. It is natural for the copper to turn to a more golden hue when placed into the oven.
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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