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Demeyere: Stew pot with lid John Pawson 20 cm

Demeyere: Stew pot with lid John Pawson 20 cm

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Stew pot with lid John Pawson 20 cm
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John Pawson for Demeyere

In 2008, Demeyere celebrated its 100th birthday with the launch of a new series, designed by celebrated British architect John Pawson. The combination of functional complexity and formal simplicity gives this series its unique contemporary character and appeal.

For the straight-sided pans Demeyere uses walls of stainless steel, combined with a heat-conducting 7-layer InductoSeal base for optimal heat distribution. The conical sauté pans and the frying pans are made from 7-PlyMaterial to the edge which guarantees that the heat is spread evenly over the whole surface of the pan. All products can be used in the oven and on all cookers, including induction.

Unique to this range is the double-sided construction of the lids. The double-sided, welded construction acts as an insulator, ensuring that the contents of the pan retain their heat for longer. Moreover, the lid handle will not get warm, not even after hours of cooking.

The John Pawson products are finished with a surface treatment named Silvinox. Silvinox enriches stainless steel by removing iron and impurities from the surface, ensuring it remains silvery white, even after years of use.

  • InductoSeal: super conductive base
  • 7-PlyMaterial: multilayer material to the edge
  • TriplInduc®: more efficiency on induction
  • Silvinox®: hygienic and easy to clean
  • Cast stainless steel handles
  • Double-sided lids: extra insulation


The Man

John Pawson has been designing buildings and objects for more than twenty-five years, with work realized on four continents covering a breadth of scales and programs. From the beginning his approach to creating architecture has drawn comparisons with the art movement known as Minimalism. More helpful, perhaps, is its characterization as an attitude to space, light and proportion.

Pawson grew up in Yorkshire in the north of England. On finishing school he worked in the family textile business, before moving to Japan where he spent four years teaching English and travelling around the country, ending up in Tokyo where he visited the studio of the Japanese designer, Shiro Kuramata. He enrolled at the Architecture Association shortly after his return to London, but left following only a brief period of study to take up the commissions which were already coming in.

Although his work has been described as having an abstract quality, it is rigorously grounded in a precise understanding of the grain of everyday life. Whether a house, store, gallery, bridge, monastery or cooking pot, for Pawson the fundamental challenge is always the same; how people, space and objects may be brought into harmony with one another.

The Work

John Pawson’s career began quietly in the early 1980s, with a series of small domestic projects. The contrast of these pared down designs with mainstream aesthetic trends at the time was marked; here was work whose roots lay in the successive expressions of simplicity which have formed a consistent component of both Eastern and Western traditions.

In the mid 1990s the profile of the work was changed forever by two key commercial commissions; for the Cathay Pacific Wing of Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok airport and for Calvin Klein’s first flagship store in Manhattan. In 2004, an approach to design long described as monastic culminated in the consecration of a new monastery in Bohemia for a community of Cistercian Trappist monks. Two years later a bridge across the lake opened to the public at London’s Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Houses and the objects which go in them remain the staple of Pawson’s work. Pawson’s own family house in London perfectly illustrates his belief that domestic space can be uncompromisingly shaped to reflect and support the rituals of everyday life.

The Pan

“A pan might seem like a very straightforward object to design, but the reality is that smallness of scale does not equate with lack of complexity. The union of form and function must be seamless. There would have been no point in identifying the perfect simple profile, for example, if the lip did not pour well. Visual comfort would likewise lose its value if the pan did not feel good in the hand. I knew I could leave the more specialized technical issues to the team at Demeyere. My efforts have focused on the shape of the body and on the detail and angle of the junction between body and handle. My goal has been something which looked different, but right, equally at home over a flame or on a table – modern but not modish and thus liable to lose its freshness quickly.”


Demeyere is the only manufacturer worldwide which harmonises the technical concept of each product with the specific requirements of the typical cooking processes and recipes for which the product will be used.

For the cooking pots, saucepans and soup kettles of the John Pawson for Demeyere series, Demeyere uses walls of stainless steel, combined with a heat-conducting 7-layer base: InductoSeal®. A copper disc, hermetically encapsulated in the base, guarantees optimal heat distribution through the base and provides a conductive surface that is up to 33% larger than a traditional base. Uniquely, the capsule iswelded around the side of the pot. The welded capsule also provides additional safety in the event of significant overheating (for temperatures as high as 600°C/1100°F) and is more hygienic, since no water, fat or dirt can penetrate the base.

For conical sauté pans and frying pans a multi-layered material – 7-PlyMaterial® – is used up to the edge. This technology consists of 7 alloys, including stainless steel and an aluminium core. The layers are formed over the base and sides of the products. This technology guarantees that the heat is spread evenly over the whole surface of the pan, right up to the rim. The total thickness of the 7 layers is specifically tailored to achieve the right temperature for the typical cooking process of any given pan.

Easy maintenance & ergonomics

The subject of hygiene is of great importance to Demeyere. An absence of interior rivets and screws and the use of cast stainless steel handles and hermetically sealed bases are amongst measures taken at design and manufacturing levels to prevent the accumulation of dirt, fat and bacteria and to ensure each piece remains hygienic in use.

Demeyere cookware is also easy to maintain. All John Pawson for Demeyere products are finished with Silvinox®, a unique electrochemical surface treatment system developed in the Demeyere laboratories in the 1960s. Silvinox® enriches stainless steel by removing iron and impurities from the surface, ensuring it remains silvery white, even after years of cleaning in the dishwasher and exposure to polluted air. Silvinox® also alleviates the problem of fingerprints.

Because of the design and form of the 'cast' 18/10 stainless steel, the handles are comfortable to hold. Thanks to the double-sided construction of the lid, the lid handle will remain perfectly cool in use.


In addition to hygiene and easy maintenance, energy-efficiency is an important factor in the design of cooking utensils. Thanks to the thick stainless steel walls and special base, these products are already highly energy-friendly. The unique lid design brings further economy, the double-sided, welded construction acting as an insulator ,ensuring that the contents of the pan retain their heat for longer. Because this double lid is heavier than normal, the pressure within the pan is higher and the cooking time consequently reduced.


All Demeyere products can be used in the oven and on conventional cookers – such as electricity and gas – but they are also suitable for use on hi-light, AGA, ceramic and induction cookers, thanks to Demeyere’s development of TriplInduc®, a combination of three alloys that allows cooks to switch freely between hob types. With its excellent magnetic properties,TriplInduc® leads to up to 30% more efficiency when using induction cooking, with the additional benefit that a TriplInduc® base will not deform, remaining perfectly flat even after years of use.

Additional Information

SKU 71320
Hersteller SKU 40850-251-0
Weight (in kg) 2.4800
Manufacturer Demeyere
Series DEMEYERE John Pawson
Material 18/10 Stainless Steel
EAN 5412191713204
Diameter 20 cm
Volume 3 L
Height 10 cm
Base Diameter 20 cm
Availability immediate dispatch
Rückstand Yes

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Demeyere G.C.V.


Made in Belgium
Demeyere G.C.V. founded in 1908 and has produced top quality stainless steel cooking utensils since 1967. In 1999, the brand received the title “Belgian Royal Warrant Holder”. 100% Made in Belgium.
Reasons to buy Demeyere G.C.V.

Technology adapted to the cooking function
Demeyere G.C.V. is the only company in the world that adapts the technological concept of each product to the specific requirements of the typical cooking processes and recipes associated with this product. Engineers develop – without compromise – the technologies that comply with these requirements. In that regard, the Demeyere G.C.V. products are unique and provide an answer to the most diverse and complex cooking questions.
InductoSeal / InductoBase®: perfect heat distribution
For the straight saucepans, pots, soup kettles and straight sauté pans, Demeyere G.C.V. uses walls of stainless steel, combined with a heat-conducting 7 layer base: InductoSeal or InductoBase. This guarantees high efficiency on all types of cookers, even at low temperatures.
7-PlyMaterial up to the edge
For Demeyere G.C.V. frying pans, conic sauté pans, simmering pots, grill pan and woks, a multilayer material is used up to the edge (7-PlyMaterial). It guarantees that the heat is spread evenly over the whole surface of the pan right up to the rim. The total thickness depends on the typical cooking process for which the product is used:
– For woks: 2,3 mm/0.09”: 230°C/450°F at the bottom - 140°C/280°F at the sides
– For conic sauté pans, simmering pans, grill pan and 4-star frying pans (skillets): 3 to 3,3 mm/0.12” to 0.13”
– For the 5-star professional frying pans (skillets): 4,8 mm/0.19”
Demeyere G.C.V. developed TriplInduc, a combination of three alloys that assures that you can use the cookware on all types of hobs, including induction, and that you can switch from any type of hob to the other at any time. With its excellent magnetic properties, TriplInduc leads to up to 30% more efficiency when using induction cooking. Finally, the base will not deform and remains flat, even after years of use.
Silvinox® surface treatment
All Demeyere G.C.V. products are made from 18/10 stainless steel. The mat polished series by Demeyere G.C.V. are equipped with Silvinox, a unique electrochemical surface treatment. Silvinox enriches stainless steel 18/10 by removing iron and impurities from the surface and makes sure stainless steel remains silvery white, even after years of use.
Energy Saving
Cooking with Demeyere G.C.V. cookware is economical thanks to the combination of superconductive bases, perfectly fitting lids and insulating sides. Tests have shown that cooking without a lid or with a lid that is not heavy enough, consumes 2.8 times more energy than otherwise. The stainless steel lids of Demeyere G.C.V. are a perfect match for our cooking pots; they provide a hermetic seal and save energy. The sides of the cookware have a thickness of 0,8 to 1 mm/0.03 to 0.04”. This ensures that the heat is retained optimally and less energy is used.
Pioneers in Induction
Even more than with other systems, the quality of the pan is essential with induction. Thanks to unique materials and technologies, cooking on induction with Demeyere G.C.V. cookware is even faster, even more easily regulated and even more economical than with cookware from the competition. As pioneers in induction pans, Demeyere G.C.V. not only developed TriplInduc, but also ControlInduc, a safety system that limits the maximum temperature to 250°C/485°F on induction cookers. It avoids burning and makes sure that the pan remains warm without the risk of overheating.
Functional and esthetic
Demeyere G.C.V. prides itself in manufacturing beautifully styled pots and pans and collaborates with nationally and internationally renowned and distinguished designers. Cookware should not only work efficiently but should also be pleasing to the eye and ergonomic. In that way, because of their design, the stainless steel handles of Demeyere G.C.V. are ideal to hold.
Brand of the professional chefs
All Demeyere G.C.V. cooking utensils are developed to comply with and compliment the needs of the modern, professional cook. That is why many professional chefs all over the world prefer to use Demeyere G.C.V. products. They all want security, efficiency, durability and above all, optimal control on their preparations.