Choosing your Ruffoni

The right Ruffoni collection for you depends on how you prefer to cook, entertain and decorate your home. You might prefer the traditional charm and unsurpassed performance of tin-lined copper, the beauty and functionality of copper with stainless steel lining, or the convenience and every-day appeal of best-in-class multi-ply stainless steel. You might even want to mix and match!

Whatever you choose, you can expect your Ruffoni to be created with expertise and love by our master craftsmen, upholding the same commitment to quality, performance, and lasting beauty since 1931.

 

 

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Oven safe 450°F / 230°C 500°F / 260°C 500°F / 260°C
Cooking performance Unmatched heat conductivity and low-sticking Great heat conductivity with practical lining Conductive and practical
Internal lining TIN
Nickel-free, may eventually require retinning
STAINLESS STEEL
Easy to clean and will last a lifetime
STAINLESS STEEL
Easy to clean and will last a lifetime
Exterior surface COPPER
Requires polishing to remove natural patina
COPPER
Requires polishing to remove natural patina
STAINLESS STEEL
Non-tarnishing, lasting beauty
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SOME MORE DATA ABOUT COPPER WITH TIN LINING, BECAUSE WE LOVE THE SCIENCE BEHIND IT!

  • At 392Wm°K copper’s heat conductivity is the highest among non-noble metals: almost twice that of aluminum (225°) and way superior to stainless steel (16°). This makes your copper cookware a precision tool. When placed on a flame, it will spread heat quickly and consistently across the bottom and up the sides whilst, when removed from the heat source, the temperature will drop quickly, avoiding overcooking
  • Being 100% recyclable, copper is the most sustainable option in the kitchen. It is estimated that 80% of all the copper ever extracted is still in use in some form today!
  • Copper’s natural oxidation makes it extremely resistant to bacteria and corrosion in a natural way - and results in the rich patina that many copper connoisseurs love and cherish
  • Tin’s smooth crystalline structure makes it naturally low-stick: a small amount of oil or butter, combined with the right cooking temperature, is enough to release cooked foods from tin effortlessly
  • Not all copper needs tin! Some items with specific uses are manufactured and sold without any interior lining: melting sugar into caramel, whisking egg white , making jams and preserves are all techniques that not only can be safely done in pure unlined copper, but in fact should!