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Any experience with Soy Turkiye copper cookware?

athanasius | Dec 17, 201407:21 AM     4

As mentioned briefly in another thread (http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/9904...), there is now a company called Soy Turkiye in Turkey, which apparently manufactures hand-crafted copper cookware lined with tin or silver. They claim to be using experienced coppersmiths and custom-making most orders as they come in.

Here is their website (which can be slow):
http://www.soy.com.tr/
And this is their Etsy shop, where they seem to have a number of glowing reviews:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/SoyTurkiye/

Has anyone here ordered a copper piece from them or any other experience with their cookware? I'm intrigued by some of their offerings, including their unusual handle designs for heavy copper and the possibility of silver lining. I was considering ordering a small skillet from them, since I don't have a small copper frying pan, and I'd like to see what their pans are like without spending a huge amount of money first.

But I wanted to see if anyone else has experience with them. Any thoughts or advice?

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