RETINNING FOR COPPER POTS, COPPER PANS & OTHER COPPER COOKWARE
Welcome to Newlyn Tinning. A bespoke artisan re-tinning & reconditioning service including supply of quality tin lined copper cookware.
Retinning of every copper pan, copper pot or other item of copper cookware in need of re-tinning will be carefully cleaned, fully relined & polished in small batches ensuring the best possible finish for your cookware using the age old method of hand wiped tinning using only the purest 100% tin. The only choice for quality copper cookware retinning!
Not only that, but the Newlyn Tinning workshop offers a worldwide shop to buy fully refurbished copper cookware.
From saucepans to stockpots, brazing pans such as daubiere, fish kettles & cauldrons to the finest Extra-Fort saute pans there’s sure to be something to fit your needs. Not in my store? I can find it with a simple request!
UK’s only Re-Tinning Service that’s currently VAT Free. Please click below to visit Re-Tinning Service where you will find the cost calculator giving the precise service cost for any given pan.
More & more people are turning back to tin lined copper cookware. The original & enduring Non-Stick cookware surface!!!
Since well before the Bronze Age, the Copper Age!, tin lined copper cookware has been employed in kitchens the world over for it’s super responsive temperature control, even heat distribution & non-stick properties. This is why many chef’s & cooks always choose tin lined copper, not to mention it looks great & each freshly laid lining can out last up to five PTFE lined pans within the professional environment. That’s five pans rendered useless & off to the tip for each time a copper pan is relined!
From the world’s top chefs to the humblest cooks, your cookware will undergo a transformation resulting in beautiful pots & pans ready for many years of unparalleled use.
If you are unsure of what makes a good choice of pan please take a moment to visit the “What is a good pan?” guide.
Newlyn Tinning is helping to sustain Newlyn’s famed Copper Working heritage through the 21st Century!!! You, the customers, are the main factor for this since 1890!
Late in the 19th century the fishing industry in Cornwall was becoming unreliable as a source of income. Bad weather and seasonal fluctuations brought enforced periods of inactivity. It was decided that an alternative means of employment could be gained by training the fishermen to produce items in copper.
Much of the influence for this came from the Arts and Crafts Movement which was concerned with the notion of ‘the dignity of manual work’ and the promotion and preservation of craftsmanship in the face of the increasing industrialisation in the late 19th century.
John D MacKenzie is credited with being the instigator of the Newlyn Copper Industry. He arrived in 1888 as a painter and illustrator and in 1890 founded the Newlyn Industrial Class, instructing local people in metalwork.
The Newlyn copper working industry is still going strong today. Thank You.