Reviews Italian Copper Casserole and stew Pan (1.8mm-2.0mm thick)

Italian Copper Casserole and stew Pan (1.8mm-2.0mm thick)Reviews Italian Copper Casserole and stew Pan (1.8mm-2.0mm thick)

With so many on offer recently, it is wise to have a make you can recognise. The Italian Copper Casserole and stew Pan (1.8mm-2.0mm thick) is certainly that and will be a excellent acquisition. For this price, the Italian Copper Casserole and stew Pan (1.8mm-2.0mm thick) comes highly recommended and is a regular choice amongst most people.

  • Hand hammered
  • Hand crafted by master coppersmiths
  • Fire-Tinned Interiors
  • Brass Handle
  • 20cm diameter

Product Description

Copper has always been a close companion to mankind since the beginning of history becoming one of the essential kitchen tools during Renaissance thanks to its excellent characteristics. Strong, ductile and malleable, copper is the best heat conductor ever(except silver and gold), favourite among chefs for any professional cooking need and also fascinates any cuisine enthusiast with its dazzling pink lights and elegant, timeless appeal. The copper used in SAP ITALIAcookware has exceptional conductivity (392°) compared to aluminum (225°) and stainless steel (16°). Our copper pans guarantee completely even cooking, even on a low flame. Heat is quickly conducted from the base to the sides of the pan. Food does not stick to the bottom or burn as long as the proper temperature and stirring techniques are used. Copper gives a constant cooking temperature and a considerable saving in energy, thanks to the very rapid rise to temperature. We use thicknesses of 1.6 mm to 2.0mm. This thickness is perfect for home cooking: excellent heat transmission and relatively low weight. Our exquisite copper collections are hand crafted and tin plated by master coppersmiths using centuries-old techniques and well proven skills handed down through many generations Any visible streak is not to be considered as a defect but the proof of the hand crafting. Known as a "green" material, copper is 100% eco-friendly and recyclable. Once formed, the copper is hammered and tinned over fire by hand. To achieve the hammered finish, heated copper is methodically hand struck with a device similar to a meat tenderizer to achieve an extremely delicate imprinted pattern.