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The Great Copper Cookware Gallery on Chowhound

by SognSpatula 2 years ago

It was recently mentioned in another thread that we should have a central gallery for copper cookware since so little real info is available online. This is that thread. So post up your copper ...


Help identifying pan Mauviel 6562.26

by Aexea 6 days ago

Hey, I have an old pan that has the label Mauviel 6562.26, I thought it would be easy to find out what this pan is but Mauviel doesn't seem to have a model decoder for this. Does anyone know how to...

Sur La Table Copper Pan

by Angelus2013 18 days ago

So last week I came across an ebay listing of a 9.5 inch/24 cm Sur La Table copper skillet. I bought it for $59 + tax + shipping for a total of about $75. I don't know the exact thickness but judgi...

This is what I think it is, right?

by gritsngreens 17 days ago

I love me some pot. Particularly when it is copper! E bay should be off limits to me. The seller made me an offer I couldn't refuse on this gorgeous MCM warming pan set. It was only after I receive...

Help ID the lining of these copper pans

by evankender 10 days ago

I was looking at these pans but I needed some help figuring out what the lining material is. The scratches make me think stainless but I'm not sure, any help would be appreciated.

40CM Saute FryPan

by mobiledynamics 27 days ago

Going to pull the gun on this unless someone has a different option.... I thought I was done buying cookware but I have added 5 more pieces in the last year... There have been times where I w...

COVENTRY COPPER cookware to buy....

by NORMNESS 6 months ago

I'm looking to BUY a "Coventry Copper" pan and pot...used or new?

CU/Tin/SS - Steaming/Poaching/Boiling

by mobiledynamics 17 days ago

Looking at the CU fish kettle. It's tin. I've got silicone trinkets I can put in to raise the rack should I try steaming in it. I'm not a fan of silicone though... Naturally, I would easily jus...

Mauviel 1830 M250-B e-plated cast iron handle quality diaster (rubbed off from shipping)

by Aexea 20 days ago

I saw some post about how Mauviel's new cast iron 2 rivets vs 3 rivet handles which are now stainless e-plated have major quality issues/reliability issues with coating rub off. I thought myself th...

What happened to Kilachef copper pans?

by Aexea 17 days ago

So a few years back, people discussed Kilachef copper pans which were known for cheap 1.5mm copper 3.5mm total thickness pans, seems like they have gone out of business with their website shut down...

Copper pot ID please!

by Nyleve 3 years ago

My husband just pulled this out of his sister's apartment locker. We all assume it belonged to their mother, but I doubt she ever used it as I don't recall her cooking anything. Ever. It's in perfe...

Highest Quality Induction Adapter/Plate for Non-Induction Cookware

by 7nkWAR9lAPnmzKRlhYAD 29 days ago

I'm looking for an induction adapter/plate of the highest quality (e.g. clad/3+-ply), price is no object. If this is the only way to use my existing French copper pans, so be it. It seems most p...

When you have bought a vintage tin lined copper pan...

by MartinG 2 months ago

I recently bought a vintage copper pan, tin lined, a 24 cm sauté pan, really thick. The tin lining looks good to me, but I’m not an expert at all. How should I think? What to look for in the lining...

Soy Turkiye not using 3mm on all cookware

by Curlyjeepgirl 1 month ago

Hi everyone, I've looked into getting another Soy pot and i noticed on their website that the copper thickness has gone down on all except for the Rondeaus. From what I remember I thought they used...

My small tinned copper batterie (Gaillard)

by Jirachi 2 months ago

Hi everyone, Sorry for the wall of text Finally got some pictures for people In April of last year (right before COVID became a complete mess where I was), I purchased two saucepans, a 22cm and...

Fake ‘Gaillard’ stamps on used Copper Cookware!

by alexrander 1 year ago

I took notice of Betsy’s blog entry at Vintage French Copper, last week concerning old copper pans getting a fake stamp placed on them. The stamp, specifically was of the rather prestigious “Gai...

3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm thick copper griddles! Introducing COOKonCOP by TJFrance!

by Jirachi 2 months ago

I wanted to share with you all, in the last few weeks, TJFrance revealed an exciting new project, COOKonCOP©– copper planchas in 8 series of thicknesses, from 1mm to *8*mm thick (yes, you read that...

28 cm rondeau -- Falk or Mauviel?

by AFiller 2 months ago

I’m looking to buy a 28 cm copper rondeau, and would like some advice. First, I already have what you might consider a ‘rondeau’ — the Fissler 28 cm 7.2L ‘casserole’ — which I bought for batch coo...

Induction vs copper/gas

by dcole 3 months ago

I have long been in need of new skillets/fry pans. I have a great Demeyere “searing pan” which seems as thick as the Proline skillets, just very short sides. The rest are cast iron, carbon steel ...

Copper wok, anyone?

by marachino 14 years ago

Hello, hounds- Hoping some of you might help. I bought an all-copper (unlined) wok on a trip to China last February and have some concerns: 1. Does copper need to be "seasoned" like other met...