Jacques Pépin Limited Edition Copper Oval Dutch Oven, 4 qt.

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Limited to only 150 numbered pieces, this heritage-quality Dutch oven is perfect for everything from soups and stews to pork loin and pot roast. With professional-grade, 1.5mm solid copper construction and a stainless steel interior, our exclusive Dutch oven offers the ultimate in heat transfer and control. Plus, large cast stainless handles with an iron-electroplated finish stay cool on your cooktop and ensure easy transport for an elegant presentation.

Sur La Table is proud to present a collection of beautiful cookware inspired by pans used in the professional kitchens of Jacques Pépin’s early career. Handcrafted by artisans at Mauviel, the world-renowned French copper factory founded in 1830, this cookware is a functional work of art from two beloved icons of French cooking. Each piece in our exclusive collection is laser etched with Jacques Pépin’s umbrella logo and comes with one of Jacques’ favorite recipes, personally autographed by Jacques—along with a lifetime warranty.

“I’m pleased to partner with Mauviel on this collection of beautiful and practical French cookware. It will make a stunning addition to your kitchen.”—Jacques Pépin
  • Limited to only 150 numbered pieces, our exclusive Dutch oven was designed in collaboration with Jacques Pépin and handcrafted by artisans at Mauviel
  • Ideal for soups, stews, slow cooking, braising, roasting and more—transitions easily from oven to table for beautiful presentation
  • Professional-grade 1.5mm copper exterior delivers the ultimate heat transfer and control
  • Stainless steel lining is non-reactive, preserving the flavor and nutrients of food
  • Tight-fitting lid locks in heat and moisture, keeping food warm until you’re ready to serve
  • Curved rim ensures easy pouring and helps prevent spills
  • Cast stainless handles feature an iron-electroplated finish—combining the traditional, dark color of cast iron with the stay-cool benefits of stainless steel
  • Double handles ensure easy transport from stovetop or oven to counter or tabletop
  • Featuring an etching of Jacques’ signature umbrella logo, each piece is a functional work of art
  • Includes one of Jacques’ favorite recipes—signed by Jacques himself—that you can make in your new Dutch oven
  • Manufacturer: Mauviel
  • Material: Copper, stainless steel
  • Dimensions: 10.2" x 4.3"
  • Capacity: 4 qt.
  • Weight: 5.8 lbs.
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in France exclusively for Sur La Table
  • Hand wash, never use steel wool or bleach; if food sticks to interior, soak pan with hot soapy water
  • Use Copperbrill cleaning paste (sold separately) to restore the brilliant shine of your copper cookware and keep pans looking like new
  • Compatible with any stovetop heat source, except induction; make pan induction compatible by using Mauviel’s M’plus induction interface disk (sold separately)
  • Oven and broiler safe to 500°F
  • Dutch oven
  • Lid
  • Recipe card autographed by Jacques Pépin