Every piece of All-Clad bonded stainless steel cookware is handcrafted with a revolutionary bonding process using a proprietary recipe of metals to provide the ultimate cooking performance.

In the hands of an All-Clad artisan, copper, steel and aluminum turn into precious metals.

the highest
quality standards

At each stage of the manufacturing process, every piece of All-Clad bonded cookware is hand-inspected to ensure that it maintains All-Clad's rigorous quality standards.

This dedication to quality ensures that every piece of bonded cookware that leaves the Southwestern Pennsylvania rolling mill is worthy of the reputation that precedes it.

No detail is overlooked in handcrafting All-Clad cookware, and this is what makes it a true original.

The highest standards of quality and performance are the principles that have guided All-Clad from its inception. This philosophy continues to drive the engineers and artisans who create the cookware that is widely acknowledged as the world's best.

the finest materials

Raw materials are critical to performance. All-Clad metallurgists specify the metal formulations in every detail, from chemical composition to microstructure.

Since quality always takes precedence over convenience, the metals are formulated for optimal cooking performance, not for ease of manufacturing.

All-Clad bonded cookware is manufactured to the most stringent environmental standards. Virtually every ounce of unused material is recovered and recycled, including the metal dust generated during the sanding process.

  • A pure core of aluminum, stainless or copper - not only on the bottom, but all the way up the sides of each piece of cookware - distributes heat evenly and provides professional results.
  • The 18/10 stainless steel interior cooking surface won't react with food and cleans effortlessly.
  • Long, stick handles are cast from solid stainless and ergonomically designed for comfort and to stay cool on the hob.
  • Rivets are formed from high-yield strength stainless steel and treated to remove trace elements of iron that could cause corrosion.

These painstaking efforts result in a finished bonded product that maintains the same integrity it was created with, even after a lifetime of cooking enjoyment.