Amoretti Brothers 10 Qt Copper Stock Pot Flower Lid
Hand-hammered by talented artisans, Amoretti Brothers 10 qt copper stock pot is hardworking and great looking, moving from your stovetop to oven and even tabletop with classic culinary appeal. The outside of gleaming copper reveals an interior lined with tin. When not in use, hang it by its curvy handle to show off your good taste. Turn the most humble dish into an elegant dining experience.
COPPER: 2 mm
TEXTURE: Hammered Copper- polished
HANDLES & LID: Cast Bronze
INTERIOR: Double layer of tin for extra durability
The Tinning For a perfect use, the thickness of our products can vary between 1.5 for frying pan up to 2-3mm for a large casserole or special pieces. The tin lining is performed manually by using the traditional flame/blotter method. We guarantee a perfect lining, extremely durable and lacking in impurities. Tin is 100% pure
The Handles They are produced in brass with the ancient method of mold melting and polished by hand one by one. The rivets are very thick and made in copper.
The hand-hammered copper pan is one of the most prestigious cuisine items; from its firstappearances in the luxurious villas of the Italian Renaissance, it was called the king of thepans and today it’s recognized as an exclusive connoisseurs instrument, in fact, it’spreferred by countless chefs around the world for its effective heat distribution.
Imagine if you could be satisfied and content with your purchase. That can very much be your reality with the Amoretti Brothers 10 Qt Copper Stock Pot Flower Lid.
It is true, copper will naturally darken without regular polishing, but with little care you can restore the shining of your pans in minutes.
For the exterior there are two main alternatives:
1) Use copper polish like Brasso to keep copper from tarnishing and free from white spots. 2) As a natural alternative, you can use a combination of lemon juice and salt and then wash it with fresh water. It will be spectacular again!
For the interior, hand washing is recommended. Hand wash with hot, soapy water and avoid using abrasive materials to clean, and in particular do not use bleach.