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Ruffoni Cookware Sets

Quality cookware makes a cook's life a little less stressful. Whether you buy well-designed stainless-steel, aluminum, cast-iron, or copper cookware, making a delicious meal will be easier. Choose a set that includes all the basics, including saucepans, a stockpot, a saute pan, and a skillet. Buy pieces that include lids so foods simmer without messes.
$1,199.95 $1,279.85
at Williams-Sonoma

After more than 45 years of producing extraordinary pots and pans from copper, the Ruffoni family began channeling its traditional... Italian artistry into stainless-steel cookware of the same exceptional quality. Alternating layers of stainless steel and aluminum transfer heat efficiently, eliminating hot spots. Hand-hammered exterior with a unique serial number inscribed on the bottom. Solid stainless-steel handle. Ideal for use on any type of cooktop, including induction. Handsome enough for stove-to-table presentation. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive. Set includes: 10" fry pan. 3-1/2 qt. soup pot with lid. 5-qt. braiser with lid. 5-qt. saute pan with lid. read more

at Amazon

Copper 5-piece cookware set in opera decor (frypan,sauce pan, stew pan/lid, saute pan + wooden utensils and cleaner). Created by t...he ruffoni family-owned atelier in the city of omegna italy, located in the italian alps region. The ruffoni family has made hand hammered professionall copper cook ware for decades and have combined their passion for craftsmanship and technology into the creation of hand-worked copper cookware. The result is a professionall cookware item that is a unique and splendid creation worthy for any kitchen and a proud place at your table. Ruffoni hand-hammered copper is set apart from other less pretigous copper items as a professional artisanal product that is hand-made and not mass-produced. 100-Percent copper with interiors lined with durable nonreactive tine. Over time copper develops a rich patina that does not effect the performance of the item. Ideal for gas and electric cooktops. Use of wood or plastic utensils will help to avoid scratching the lining. Protect the lining by no heating an empty pot above 450-Degree farenheit. read more

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