AMORETTI BROTHERS 9" COPPER FRY PAN WITH ENGRAVED LEAVES
This 9” frying pan will be your favorite for sautéing, omelets and cooking smaller portions. With its beautiful copper exterior, hand engraved vines with leaves, shiny non-stick tin interior and bronze handle, this kitchen essential easily transitions from the stovetop to the oven.
Hand-forged with 2mm hand-hammered copper, this frying pan is lined on the cooking surface with a double layer of tin to guarantee extra durability. The handle is made in cast bronze and polished.
Why copper? Copper is an excellent heat conductor. It heats quickly and stays warm, allowing for an even distribution of heat so that food cooks properly and thoroughly. The pure tin interior is completely non-stick. Because copper cookware heats more quickly and evenly, it is energy efficient. Heating food in a copper pan saves electricity or gas, and time. Chefs have always favored this metal because it is the best for cooking. Copper is indispensable for dishes requiring long cooking procedures, for delicate dishes and for confectionery creations. Amoretti Brothers copper cookware is built to last for generations.
Includes: One 9" Copper Frying Pan with hand engraved leaves. This piece is carefully packaged in a signature wooden crate.
Weight: 2.75 lb.
Thickness: 2mm Copper
Texture: Hammered, Engraved and polished
Handle: Cast bronze
Interior: Double layer of tin for extra durability
Material: Recycled Copper, Tin, Bronze
Brand: Amoretti Brothers
All Amoretti Brothers copper cookware comes with a limited lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects.
Tinning: To ensure the perfect cooking surface, the thickness of Amoretti Brothers products varies from 1.5mm for frying pans, and up to 2mm to 3mm for large casseroles or special pieces. The tin lining process is performed manually by using the traditional flame/blotter method. Amoretti Brothers guarantees a perfect lining that is extremely durable and lacking in impurities. Tin is 100% pure.
Handles: Handles are hand crafted in brass using the ancient method of mold melting and then polished by hand. Extra thick rivets are made of copper.