edo cookware collection
Edo is the former name of Tokyo and the reference to Japan for this project originates from a crockery set that Patricia Urquiola uses in her own kitchen. She purchased these saucepans in Japan, and their simple, graceful design was the source of inspiration for the Edo series. Her idea was to soften an industrial production project with certain features which would defuse the strict rules set by mass production. The shape of the handles does not at all look as though it has been produced industrially, but instead crafted by hand.
Designer Patricia Urquiola
18/10 stainless steel. Handles in 18/10 stainless steel with PVD coating, brown. Magnetic steel bottom suitable for induction cooking.
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We accept pre-orders on items from the following suppliers: Blu Dot, Chilewich, Kartell, Menu, Pelican, Perez, Roros.
The standard lead times for each of these suppliers is listed below. If an item is back-ordered and not going to be available within these time frames, we will contact you with an ETA and give you the option to change or cancel your order.
Blu Dot: 3-5 weeks
Chilewich: 4-6 weeks
Kartell: 10-14 weeks (coming from Italy)
Menu: 4-6 weeks
Pelican: 8-10 weeks (made to order)
Perez: 10-12 weeks (made to order)
Roros: 4-6 weeks
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Pre-ordered items are subject to a 20% restocking fee if they are returned.