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Italian Ruffoni Cookware

  • $199.95
    Ruffoni transforms a simple fry pan into a culinary work of art, hand-hammering each piece from copper at their family's workshop in the Italian Alps. Exceptionally responsive to heat, the tin-lined copper fry pan has riveted brass handles adorned with sculptural artichokes and their graceful leaves. Handcrafted copper construction guarantees top precision and control, allowing the fry pan to respond quickly to changes in cooking temperature.
  • $250
    The story of this elegant piece began with a home cook (and Ruffoni collector) who contacted Ruffoni, the Italian maker of heirloom-quality cookware, and requested a small pot for everyday cooking. The company responded by designing this versatile saucepan, ideal for everything from heating stock for risotto to simmering soups and sauces.Crafted in Italy of hand-hammered copper for excellent heat conductivity.Interior is lined with durable nonreactive tin.Cast-brass handle.
  • $250
    Made exclusively for Williams-Sonoma at Ruffoni's family-owned workshop in the Italian Alps, our copper pan is uniquely suited for making risotto. Crafted by master metalsmiths from a single sheet of copper, the pan is also perfect for simmering sauces and soups. Crafted of hand-hammered copper for excellent heat conductivity. Interior is lined with durable nonreactive tin. The wide base ensures steady absorption of broth, and the rounded bottom eases stirring.
  • $180
    For perfect polenta, prepare the dish as Italian cooks do: in a heavy-gauge copper paiolo like this one. The pot's flared sides facilitate stirring and encourage the steady absorption of water into the cornmeal, ensuring a creamy texture. The pot is hand made by master metalsmiths in Ruffoni's family-owned workshop in the Italian Alps.Crafted of hand-hammered copper for excellent heat conductivity.Interior is lined with durable nonreactive tin.
  • $210
    An elegant piece for baking side dishes and serving them beautifully at the table, this shallow oval pan is crafted in the Italian Alps, where master coppersmiths hammer every piece by hand. The handles are cast of solid brass that's sculpted into acorns and oak leaves.Crafted of hand-hammered copper for excellent heat conductivity.Interior is lined with durable nonreactive tin.Shallow shape produces moist food with a nicely browned top.Riveted brass handles are adorned with sculpted acorns and oak leaves.
  • Sugg. Price: $350 Our Price: $325
    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. Our exclusive soup pot makes an excellent choice for slow-simmering soups and stocks or making chili and stew for a crowd. 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.
  • Sugg. Price: $480$500 Our Price: $400$500
    After more than 45 years of producing extraordinary pots and pans from copper, the Ruffoni family began channeling its traditional Italian artistry and craftsmanship into clad stainless-steel cookware of the same exceptional quality. Developed for Williams-Sonoma, this braising pan conducts heat evenly and efficiently. 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.
  • $350$450
    Available in your choice of three sizes, this versatile stockpot is a culinary work of art. Hammered from a single sheet of copper at the Ruffoni family's workshop in the Italian Alps, the pot is then lined with tin and adorned with a distinctive hand-cast artichoke knob. Crafted of hand-hammered copper for excellent heat conductivity. Interior is lined with durable nonreactive tin. Tin-lined copper lid is crowned with a hand-cast brass artichoke. Riveted brass handles. 4 3/4-qt. stockpot: 7 3/4" diam.
  • $175
    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.
  • Sugg. Price: $1,279.85 Our Price: $1,199.95
    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.
  • $425
    After more than 45 years of producing extraordinary pots and pans from copper, the Ruffoni family began channeling its traditional Italian artistry and craftsmanship into clad stainless-steel cookware of the same exceptional quality. Developed for Williams-Sonoma, this braising pan conducts heat evenly and efficiently. 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.
  • $400
    Rich, savory braises are even more appealing when theyre prepared and served in this elegant tin-lined copper pan. Handcrafted by master coppersmiths at a family-owned workshop in the Italian Alps, it is as beautiful as it is functional. The heat-responsive pan has riveted brass handles adorned with sculptural artichokes and their graceful leaves. Wide, shallow braiser is perfect for browning ingredients on the stovetop, then transferring to the oven for long, slow simmering.