And it's 2.5 mm of copper too. And you could probably get the interior lined with silver (because they do that on their other pans) if you didn't want tin. I bring this up because someone was looking for heirloom cookware for induction and de Buyer Prima Matera in 2 mm copper was the best we could think of. Then I remember Kaleo recommending another Italian cookware.. and Voila! Yes, expensive and doesn't look as high tech modern, but hey, it's hammered copper Induction cookware.
From Bottega del Rame and Rinomata Rameria Mazzetti - And they might custom make it for you in 3 mm copper as well. I imagine such a pan would be expensive, but not as expensive as the mere stainless w/ gold and diamond encrusted pans made by Fissler.