Our diverse saucepan selection includes the finest offerings from France, Germany and the United States. From sturdy saucepans for day-to-day use to pots and pans to warm butter and milk whatever your taste and material preference we have your covered.
Cast iron, earthenware, stainless steel and aluminium; we stock every type of casserole pans you could need for stews, soups and hot pots. From quick casseroles to slow-cooked stews, treat friends and family to a comforting bowl of something scrumptious.
Our casseroles, or cocottes are available from French brands
Copper is known as the best heat conductor of all. It heats up almost instantaneously but also cools down very quickly thus giving the cook total control and making the pans superb for fast cooking, frying, sautéing, sealing, browning and crisping. Whatever the metal, heavy-gauge pans are always best, but with copper they are essential; lightweight copper pans are really no use for anything except decoration.
Heavyweight pans are invariably "professional" and those sold by Divertimenti for domestic use are exactly the same as those used in the restaurant trade. A good copper pan that has been well looked after should not last for just one lifetime, but for several, and the French are known to pass them down to the next generation as heirlooms
Cast Iron Cookware
When heated, cast iron provides a very even, uniform heat ideally suited to slowly cooking casseroles over long periods. This allows the natural flavours and textures of the food to fully develop. Cast iron griddle pans are able to produce the intense dry heat required to seal in flavour when cooking the perfect steak. Cast iron cookware is coated in vitreous enamel to prevent corrosion and tainting of the food as well as allowing a rainbow of colours. A cast-iron pot could easily provide over 25 years of solid use.
Our range of cast iron pots and pans includes well-known brands such as
This traditional piece of oriental cookware is great for stir-fries and fast cooking. Originally from China but very prevalent in the East and Southeast Asia, it has become an incredibly popular piece of niche cookware around the world.
Our selection of attractive and practical cookware can go straight from your oven to the table, excellent for serving and looking good while doing it. Pyrex's thermal shock resistance will allow it to go from the freezer to the oven without any trouble while Pillivuyt's porcelain ovenware is resilient, chip and scratch-resistant and will look great on any table.
Roasters & Racks
Whether you require a roaster for the masterpiece that is the traditional Sunday roast or just want a tray to perfect your Yorkshire puds then look no further.With adjustable racks, pie dishes, meat forks and even decorative clay bakers by brands such as SKK, Swift, Scanpan, Mauviel or Pillivuyt we have it all.
Choosing a sauté pan is a very subjective task some prefer copper, others benefit from the non-stick varieties. Whatever your preference Divertimenti's diverse range of sauté pans ensures you are spoilt for choice.
Cook your steak to perfection, bacon nice and crispy and pancakes light and fluffy on our selection of grills, griddles and grill pans. From toughened grill pans suitable for searing or frying meat at high temperatures to wire grills for crostinis and vegetables, there's plenty to choose from.
Born in the U.S. steel age in 1967, Clad Metals began as a small metallurgical company that specialized in formulating bonded metals for a variety of industries. Company founder, John Ulam, a brilliant metallurgist, realized the combination of different metals created composites that yielded superior results. He was awarded more than 50 U.S. patents for bonded metals and secured a contract with the U.S. Mint to make dimes, quarters and half dollars. He was later instrumental in the nation's conversion from solid silver coins to bonded layered metals used in coins today.
Today, All-Clad cookware is still handcrafted in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, with American-made steel the same way it was four decades ago. It is still widely sought after by the world's top chefs and passionate home cooks.
With over 100 years of experience, Skeppshult are the only remaining foundry in Scandinavia still making their cast iron cookware products by hand. Manufacturing since 1906, they use ancient methods and traditions all while caring about the environment, they use electricity only from wind and hydro-power to create all their products!
Made with only naturally pure ingredients, Skeppshult’s cast iron is an environmentally friendly and healthy alternative to today’s plastic-coated aluminium pans. Skeppshult’s cast iron can withstand very high temperatures; the bottoms of the pans are concave to compensate for metal expansion when heated and thus they do not become round when they are heated and will last you a lifetime.
Recognised worldwide for market-leading, premium quality ranges of enamelled cast iron cookware, multi-ply stainless steel, toughened non-stick, and stoneware, along with its outstanding range of wine accessories.
Established in 1925, Le Creuset has been making world-class cookware for almost 100 years, innovation remains at the forefront of Le Creuset’s success. Used by leading chefs and keen cooks around the globe, Le Creuset cookware offers outstanding performance time after time.
Since the inception of SKK, the company has had one goal: to produce the highest quality cookware. SKK mixes both hand-casting and state-of-the-art technology to create their iconic pots and pans. Made in Viersen-Boisheim, a small town 80km out of Cologne, Germany for the last 30 years, SKK is recognized worldwide as a high-quality brand.