Ballarini is one of the leading brands for non-stick cookware world-wide, known for uniting expertise in metalworking, innovative non-stick coatings, and a passion for superb cuisine. It all began in 1889 when Paolo Ballarini started handcrafting bird cages. Luckily, he also crafted kitchen products using coated and tin-plated sheet metal. 130 years later, Ballarini continues to infuse Italian heritage, family values and local traditions into every piece of their famous nonstick cookware.
Demeyere is the benchmark for stainless steel cookware and induction cooking. The result is user-friendly, energy-saving and high-performance cookware appreciated and recommended worldwide by professionals and home cooks. Founded in 1908, the Belgian family owned business has evolved into a global manufacturer for stainless steel cookware. Demeyere continually works on excellence, sustainability and innovation and offers a 30-year guarantee to their customers.
Henckels International makes essential kitchen tools that home chefs reach for every day. Created in 1895, Zwilling J.A.Henckels has been making value-driven products ranging from steak knives to spatulas featuring the durability, design and ease of use for which the global company is known. They believe everyone can cook; you just need the right cutlery and tools.
Following the rich tradition of Japanese samurai swords, Miyabi knives are extraordinarily sharp while beautiful to behold. It takes more than 100 steps and 42 days to make one knife worthy of the Miyabi brand as each knife incorporates German engineering excellence with skilled Japanese craftsmanship. Forged from premium steels and state-of-the art technology, each blade boasts long-lasting sharpness, exceptionally precise cutting and superior performance.
Equally functional and beautiful, Staub cast iron cookware and ceramic bakeware move effortlessly from stovetop to oven to tabletop. Made in northern of France in Merville, Staub creates high quality cast iron by combining traditional craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology making each piece truly unique. With its innovative inventions, Staub has clearly optimized the benefits of the cocotte, creating outstanding cookware that is treasured by professional and home chefs around the world.
Since 1731, Zwilling has been crafting cutlery in Solingen, Germany, home of the world’s finest makers of swords, knives and scissors. Their master bladesmiths train for 8 years, ensuring every product is a piece of history and craftsmanship. The premium quality of every product is monitored throughout the whole production process. But Zwilling couldn’t live up to its own standards without the skilled hands that share their passion for quality.