Calphalon Tri-Ply Copper Premier Cookware Set

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Calphalon Tri-Ply Copper unites centuries-old culinary tradition with premium performance and distinctive style. Featuring graceful curves and a stunning combination of expertly finished, tri-bonded metals, this collection is as beautiful as it is hard-working. A brushed copper exterior and aluminum inner core combine for superior conductivity and precise cooking control for spectacular results. Fine-satin, brushed stainless steel interior won't react to foods and won't tarnish or change colors even when cooking acidic foods like tomato sauce. It will satisfy your eye for fine design as well as your appetite for fine food.


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Tableware Dinnerware Piece: 10-Piece

Color: Metallic, Multi


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Product Title: Calphalon Tri-Ply Copper Premier Cookware Set

Manufacturer: Calphalon

Lowest Price: $399.99 from Amazon.com

Power Score: 4.7 | 25 Reviews


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Solid Construction and Performance

We received these pots as a wedding gifts and we absolutely love them! Tri-Ply is the way to go if you're looking into copper pots! They also clean up like new with the cleaner. We hope to add another pot/pan in this cookware collection every year!

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Jun 5, 2011

Excellent Value

We have a zinc counter in our loft because we like how things look when the age. Why are reviewers hung up on the "new" look of copper and stainless? The classic restaurant (e.g., in Paris) is proud of the look of happily used copper, zinc and stainless. Shining copper once every few months will keep it looking like copper that has been enjoyed in the interim.

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - May 29, 2010

Loved this set and bonus!

I never want to go back to cheap pots and pans or nonstick again. These are the best. If you don't let your pans and oil/fat heat up your food will stick. Don't complain if you don't listen.

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Apr 22, 2010

Amazing

Don't you remember how to make pennies shiny? Soak in some vinegar and salt! Or use ketchup!

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Feb 27, 2010

Quality Looks & Performance

My husband bought these for me Christmas 2008 and they still look and cook wonderfully. Must get the radiance cleaner!

By Anonymous on Crate & Barrel - Jan 31, 2010

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