LIGHTWEIGHT AND MODERNITY.
Baldassare Agnelli - during the first years of the last century - was sent abroad
to learn how to work aluminum, and he immediately understood the enormous
potential. It was a material that was considered very precious, if one thinks of
the crowns of Christian X of Denmark or of Napoleon III’s cutlery, both made of
aluminum. These days, aluminum is a Chef’s favorite metal, for its peculiar handling
qualities, lightness and conductivity, even in the highest professional thicknesses.
It is suitable for many different types of cooking and it offers greater flexibility of
use. The vast range of the shapes and sizes meet every need and, in addition, it has
an unmatched price/quality ratio.