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Cookware

The Pans that Brett Payne makes are made from Britannia Silver (958). They are intended either for use as cooking pans or for serving food on the table.

Silver pans can be used in a similar fashion to Copper pans, although Silver conducts heat more efficiently; they can be used on gas or electric cookers as well as Agas or similar stoves, however because Silver is not magnetic they do not work on induction hobs.

If these pans are used regularly to cook food, as they are intended, they may be easily washed up with ‘Brillo’ pads and hot water. These pads are really rather gentle on the silver and will easily remove any discolouration which may occur during use; the soft ‘bloom’ finish that they leave on the surface is particularly attractive and over time will be a sustainable replacement to the initial high polish. I would not recommend the use of ‘Scotchbright’ pads as these can be really quite abrasive and leave a less attractive finish.

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