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The Ruffoni story began in the Italian lakeside
town of Omegna, where Antonio Ruffoni crafted his
first copper pan back in 1932. He passed his
artisan skills to his son, Fremide, who found the
Ruffoni Company in 1962. Today, Fremide's son
Walter continues the Ruffoni family's tradition of
exceptional cookware.



Shop Zwilling J.A. Henckels >

Zwilling J.A. Henckels traces its history to 1731,
when Peter Henckels registered his trademark with
the Cutler’s Guild in Solingen, Germany. Today the
company is proud to expand on its 285-year history
of innovation and craftsmanship in cutlery with
cookware designed and crafted in Italy.


Shop Lagostina >

Since 1901, the Lagostina family has been
dedicated to translating Italy’s artistic culture and
culinary excellence into beautiful,
high-performance cookware. Crafted by expert
metalworkers in northern Italy, the company's
versatile cookware easily transitions from the
stovetop or oven to the dining table.



Shop Alessi >

Founded as a sheet metal workshop, Italian firm
Alessi has evolved over the decades into a
designer-led enterprise that unites contemporary
aesthetic expression with functional quality—the
"reconciliation of art and industry." The
company's products are known for their sleek
modernism and superior performance.


Shop Ballarini >

The fifth-generation family-owned company was
established in northern Italy in 1889. Originally,
Paolo Ballarini’s small workshop crafted
made-to-order metal items, from birdcages to fry
pans. Today, Ballarini has become one of Europe’s
leading nonstick cookware brands. The company
is based in Rivarolo Mantovano, a quaint
2,000-person town tucked between Milan and
Parma – two cities famous for their influential
culinary and industrial history.