Bold and masculine is the feel of this
flatware design, rooted on a stern geometric foundation. Originally designed by Carl Pott at the request of the people of Cologne who gifted it as the official city cutlery. Like no ...
Even a flatware pattern with corners and edges
can have some flourish, as shown by this latter Carl Pott design. Part of the fascination lies in the beveled cut of the handle edges that creates a light effect that ...
One of the last designs by Carl Pott,
it continues to be one of the most successful in the Pott flatware program. At the time of its introduction, in 1975, the flatware was regarded as a total innovation. The ...
Ply Construction: This type of cookware has multiple layers of metal bonded together on the bottom of the pot or pan (and often times around the vessel itself). The higher the ply count, the thicker the cookware is. This type of cookware provides very uniform heat distribution.
Solid Construction: This is the most common type of cookware. It has a solid metal body, and often comes with a non-stick finish.