Currently taking place at One Kings Lane until October 8: a sale of cookware by venerable French cookware line Mauviel. In 1830, Ernest Mauviel established his eponymous company in a Normandy village called Villedieu-les-Poêles, "the city of copper," which has an 800-year heritage of copper manufacturing. Mauviel pieces are the standard bearer of investment-quality copper cookware: hefty, indestructible, a kitchen essential for Francophiles. The sale also includes Mauviel’s stainless line with cast bronze handles.
Above: M’Heritage Saucepan and Lid; featuring a 2.5mm copper exterior and a stainless-steel interior; $189 (down from $280).
Above: M’Heritage Saute Pan and Lid; $229 (down from $315).
Above: M’Cook Saucepan of stainless steel with cast bronze handle; $169 (down from $340).