Demeyere John Pawson 50% off at Sur la Table

sadiebrooklynMay 1, 2011

I just came back from the NYC Soho Sur la Table store after buying the Demeyere 6 piece John Pawson set plus large fry pan which I also wanted. The six piece set (Includes: 2.3 qt. casserole with lid, 3.2 qt. casserole with lid, conical saut� pan and 9.4" fry pan) usually costs $1,095 and I paid $547 for it. According to the salesperson they are no longer carrying the John Pawson line and will be selling off all their stock at 50% reduction until it is gone.

When I checked their website they were still listing John Pawson Demeyere and they were not reducing the price - not sure if this is just a regional thing or what.

I love the handle on these pans - it is the only handle that I feel like I don't lose my grip on when I'm trying saute or pour.


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Sadie, thanks so much for your post! I just got the last of the Demeyere Pawson pieces from a very helpful salesperson at the Soho store. Never would have done it had it not been for the sale, which I wouldn't have known about had it not been for you post. Have you had a chance to use yours much? Handle love aside, how do you like it? Thanks again.

    Bookmark   May 16, 2011 at 3:54AM
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wow! I'm amazed they sold everything out! I was actually thinking about going back and getting MORE.

Actually all my new pots went into storage until my move back into my reno'd home on July 1st.

One of the reasons (besides it is demeyere and also incredibly beautiful) that I loved the pots is the shape of the handle. With all other handles (all clad, other demeyere) I simply cannot get a good enough grip to actually pour from a heavy pan. John Pawson is a GENIOUS!!!!

    Bookmark   May 16, 2011 at 8:42AM
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Cashew - you had asked me about how I liked cooking with the Demeyere pans. I finally moved in to my new kitchen and have used them every day. I think they are definitely superior to All-Clad. There is something about the finish that allows the food to release almost as though they had a non-stick finish on them.

I have been using the small fry pan for omelettes and have no problem using the shake and flip method (learned from watching old julia child episodes) on it.

I am very pleased with the purchase and while I'm not throwing out my old all-clad saute pans will now only buy demeyere when adding to my collection.


    Bookmark   July 19, 2011 at 11:19AM
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