Proudly made in Italy, Ballarini specializes in premium cookware inspired by the rich tradition of Italian cuisine. Charming ServInTavola serving pieces compliment the heritage brand's popular nonstick pans.With the new ServInTavola Copper line, you can see why chefs cherish this gorgeous material. Beautiful copper has graced European kitchens for centuries. Now you can enjoy it in your own home.With old world brass handles, this chic collection is perfect for presenting dishes in style. Inspired by Italy's tradition to gather together around the table, these specialty-serving pieces make meals memorable.Ballarini infuses 127 years of aluminum expertise into each ServInTavola dish. Home chefs will appreciate aluminum's excellent heat conducting properties, which is three times more energy efficient than cast iron. The pure metal is also wonderfully light, hygienic, and retains flavors. THE BALLARINI SERVINTAVOLA COLLECTION HAS BEEN CREATED WITH TRADITIONAL ITALIAN HERITAGE, STYLE AND HISTORY. WARNING: The brass handle of this product contains lead, a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Proudly made in Italy
- 2.3 mm thickness - 15% copper, 85% aluminum
- Aluminum construction with mirror polished copper exterior
- Aluminum is hygienic, antibacterial, and retains flavors
- Brass riveted handles
- Oven safe to 500F
- Safe to use on all cooktops, except induction
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