Italian Brushed Stainless Steel Cookware
Something old, something new.
Italian brand Mepra, short for Metallurgica Prandelli, started making kitchenwares in 1950, hence the reference to 1950 in this line of high-quality stainless steel cookware. Their rounded sides were inspired by early Etruscan terracotta, and can we just say: The look still works. Each piece has been treated with a special vintage process to give the surface a warm, rustic look—while keeping its all-modern durability.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Made in China. Assembled in Italy.
Stainless steel body with aluminum disc at the bottom.
Double Handled Fry Pan, 1QT: 9.60” D x 5.40” H; 1QT Capacity
Sauce Pan with Handle: 4.80” D x 5.40” H; 1.6QT Capacity
Casserole, 3QT: 8.00” D x 7.20" H; 3QT Capacity
Casserole, 5QT: 9.60” D x 8.20” H; 5QT Capacity
Stock Pot, 7QT: 8.80" D x 10.20" H; 1QT Capacity
Care & Notes
Dishwasher safe. Avoid rough sponges. Compatible with all cooktops, including induction.
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Meet the Maker
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
Christina DiLaura teaches A&M how to make her grandmother's light, pillowy ricotta gnocchi (these are not the "belly bombs" of your potato gnocchi nightmares).
The sauce is no-cook, and the whole dish comes together in 15 minutes.
But it was worth it.