Mauviel was founded in 1830 in Villedieu-les-Poeles, a village in Normandy. Ernest Mauviel established the Mauviel brand in this village because of the town's reputation for copper manufacturing. Today the brand offers a variety of cookware items made of copper, aluminum, and stainless steel for pro ... Read More fessional and home chefs. Mauviel cookware collections include the M'heritage, M'tradition, M'minis, M'cook, M'plus, and M'passion collections. The M'heritage collection includes cookware sets made of copper and stainless steel. Cookware items consist of pans, skillets, Dutch ovens, stew pots, woks, cocottes, and more. The 6.5-quart M'heritage Stew Pan with Bronze Handles by Mauviel is made of superconductive copper and accompanied by bronze handles. The stew pan can be used as a stockpot or a casserole for making a wide range of recipes. Mauviel cookware comes in cookware sets such as the Mauviel Copper 12-Piece Cookware Set. The set, made of heavy-gauge 2-millimeter copper, includes two fry pans, two saucepans with lids, a saute pan with lid, a Dutch oven with lid, and an oval stew pan with lid. Mauviel also carries the Mauviel M365 Copper 10-Piece Set and the Mauviel Copper Eight-Piece Cookware Set.