Exquisite cookware is the ultimate necessity for people who love to cook. Originating from Villedieu-les-Poêles, also known as “the city of copper,” Mauviel 1830 is the manufacturer of high quality and superior crafted copper cookware. Passionate about their heritage, the family created the copper pots with riveted bronze handles to craft a traditional French look. Mauviel offers three copper collections.
The M’tradition collection showcases the timelessness of the Mauviel cookware lines. This collection is well-known all over the world, perhaps because it is composed of the most unique and best raw materials. The M’héritage collection is a blend of copper and the traditional stainless steel. Made up of 90% copper and 10% stainless steel, this combination of materials revitalizes the bliss of cooking. The M’passion collection, which is made of bare copper, aims to please the ultimate pastry chef.
Mauviel copper pots continue to be the preferred choice for chefs due to their heat conductive reputation and easy to clean stainless steel interior. Well-known chefs who use Mauviel’s copper pots include Thomas Keller in his restaurant Per Se, Chris Cosentino in his new restaurant Cockscomb in San Francisco and Suvir Saran in his cookbook, American Masala.
Valerie, President of Mauviel, in her own kitchen
Executive Chef, Nathan Rich – Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont