The Le Pignatte® line is characterised by advanced non-stick technology and a style that brings to mind tradition. Ideal for slow and flavourful cooking.
Lighter than cast iron
The entire range is made of cast aluminium and is more manageable than cast iron cookware while maintaining the same heat distribution performance and eliminating the risk of rust.
Teflon Profile Coating
The Le Pignatte® casserole pots and pans are strong and easy to clean with their new Teflon Profile non-stick technology, with no PFOA. The coating is resistant to scratches and abrasions, thanks to silicon carbide, which naturally occurs in meteorite rock.
A triumph of flavours
The lids of the Le Pignatte® line are made entirely of non-stick cast aluminium. This material is designed to improve performance on the hob: the cooking juices fall and moisten the food within, enhancing the aromas and keeping the nutritional properties of the food intact.
From the raw material to the finished product: handmade with unmistakable Italian quality. All the materials used are 100% Made in Italy and each process is carried out within our headquarters, with a controlled and certified production process.
Characteristics of the line
The entire line is an Italian masterpiece that revisits the traditional casserole pot. The cooking systems are made with modern, resistant, and lightweight materials.
The Le Pignatte® are based on the concept of slow cooking. The die-cast aluminium of the base and lid allow for even heat distribution, so each dish will be soft and tasty, and all foods will keep their nutritional properties intact.
The collection is suitable for all heat sources, including the oven and induction hobs. The non-stick Teflon Profile coating, present on the entire surface, protects the walls from scratches and other wear.
Tradition in the packaging too
Packaging is an important factor in retail, as it offers personality to the product itself. The Le Pignatte® are the evolution of the classic casserole pots, so their packaging is very simple and fully communicates the reference to the tradition of this line.