The Mauviel company was founded in 1830 by Ernest Mauviel in a village in northern France called Villedieu-les-Poeles or “The City of Copper.” From the beginning, Mauviel set out to create the absolute best copper cookware in the world, and that tradition of incredible craftsmanship has remained strong for more than 180 years. Today, the company is known as Mauviel 1830 and has expanded its product line to include two-ply copper and stainless steel cookware as well as modern non-stick aluminum cookware. Few other brands can compete with the st ... Learn more about Mauviel 1830unning design and incredibly balanced thermal conductivity of a Mauviel 1830 roasting pan, saucepan or skillet. Try one for yourself, and experience the difference in your own kitchen. ... Less
Reviewed by minesotamom from Minnesota on Saturday, May 09, 2015
I recently upgraded to an induction cooktop and these work wonderfully on it. They clean up with a bit of a soak or the recommended "bar keepers friend" and a dishcloth. Very well made and very beautiful. We hate putting them away. And solid covers (not glass).
Reviewed by rwhood from upstate NY on Tuesday, April 07, 2015
If you like to cook you will love this pan. It does seem to conduct heat a bit better than All-Clad (my usual cookware). Had heard how great Mauviel cookware was, but was not willing to pay the price. Through STP was able to get it a very good price, cheaper than All-Clad stainless and way cheaper than Copper Core.
Just because nothing is perfect:
It is heavier than what it looks, particularly bottom-heavy.
The lid handle is a bit small.
Because it conducts heat so well, things will finish cooking a little sooner than usual; have not burned anything yet but a few things have been 'well done'
Mauviel 1830 2nds:
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
which do not affect the fit, performance, or longevity of the item. Label is
usually clipped or marked by the manufacturer. A small flaw means big savings.
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