M'Heritage (M'150S, M'150B, M'200CI, M'200B)
Mauviel's M’Heritage range of copper cookware combines 90% copper with 10% stainless steel for superior heat responsiveness with a durable lining that will never wear down. The M'150 ranges contain 1.5mm thick copper, and the M'200 ranges have 2mm copper. The benefit of one over the other comes down to the weight of the pans: M'200, due to more copper, is heavier than M'150. However, professional chefs tend to choose it for it's stronger heat responsiveness and durability that can withstand heavy restaurant-level use. Various handle options of cast iron, brass or cast stainless steel give each range an aesthetic option for every cook, but note that stainless steel handles stay comparatively cooler than the others. These pans are not dishwasher-safe. They are not suitable for induction hobs, but will work on all others including gas, electric, ceramic, halogen and the AGA.
Mauviel’s new M'6S copper for induction collection blends state-of-the-art technology with French culinary tradition. The six-layer construction combines the best features of stainless steel, aluminium and copper to ensure exceptional performance and ease of maintenance. The items in this range feature a drip-free edge and comfortable handles fixed by sturdy rivets. We’ve put together sets in this range that are ideal for a kitchen refresh. These pans are not dishwasher-safe. They are suitable for all hobs including induction.
The stainless steel collection M'Cook features an exterior and an interior layer of 18/10 stainless steel around three layers of aluminium that provides fast and uniform heat distribution. Some pieces in the collection feature a non-stick interior. The handles are made from cast stainless steel and reinforce the pure and modern design of this range. We do not recommend these pans for dishwasher use. They are suitable for all hobs including induction.
M’Stone & M'Pure
The M’Stone and M'Pure collections are manufactured from black anodised aluminium and have non-stick finishes. Features include induction-compatible bottoms and handles made of cast stainless steel. These pans are not dishwasher-safe. They are suitable for all hobs including induction.
Mauviel’s barware collection is sure to impress guests. M’30 features some of the most beautiful champagne, wine and ice buckets in the world. These items are not dishwasher-safe.
Made entirely by hand, pieces in the M'Heritage range have either a hammered or smooth copper finish. They are lined with tin for superior caramelisation, but as tin wears down over time, the lining will need to be re-tinned; this tends to be the case every five years, depending on use. This collection honours Mauviel's centuries-old heritage by recreating pieces in their original forms. They are not induction-compatible or dishwasher safe.
This collection is dedicated to baking, pastry and chocolate and makes preparing desserts as much fun as eating them. Here you will find classic Tarte Tatin pans that produce the richest caramel topping to copper whisking bowls that achieve the most stable meringues. They are not induction-compatible or dishwasher safe.
For special celebrations or dinner for two. These miniatures are available in both stainless steel and copper and can be used for dramatic table presentation either mixed or matched.
M’Plus and Accessories
We also stock some special pieces from M'Plus such as the cast iron wall rack and the copper utensil set. And, of course, we carry both the stainless steel and copper cleaners to keep your Mauviel cookware looking wonderful for years to come.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Mauviel cookware made?
Since 1830, Mauviel has been producing its fine cookware in a Normandy village called Villedieu-les-Poêles.
Can copper cookware go into the oven?
Yes. The pieces are oven safe up to 360°C, however, use caution with pieces having a tin interior (such as those in the M'Tradition collection). Tin will start to blister at approximately 235°C and will subsequently need to be re-tinned.
How do I clean Mauviel copper cookware?
Copper is a "soft metal" and therefore requires a little more care than most other cookware. Though letting the copper exterior darken with age does not harm its performance, a quality polish is recommended to maintain its warm glow. Hand wash your beautiful copper cookware with washing up liquid and warm water. Copper pans are not dishwasher safe, the harsh chemicals will damage the copper and shorten its lifespan. Using Copperbrill will maintain a shiny surface. Never use cleaners containing bleach to clean copper cookware, as the corrosive nature of bleach will cause your cookware to pit.
How do I clean Mauviel M’Cook Stainless Steel Cookware?
Though stainless steel M’Cook cookware can be put in the dishwasher, we recommend hand-washing with soap, water and a sponge/scourer to extend the durability of these pans and avoid the steel from wearing down.