It was 1900 when tinsmith S.W. Farber set up shop in Manhattan?s Lower East Side, pounding sheets of copper and brass to make vessels of all kinds. By 1930 small appliances became part of American kitchens and S.W. Faber introduced the Farberware? percolator; from there through the 1960s he continued to innovate and introduce various small appliances including an electric fry pan. Today the company is known for quality, classic styling, tradition, reliability and value, coupled with modern technology designed to help you produce meals effortlessly. The range of products includes stainless steel sauce pans, sauce pots, steamers, stock pots, double boilers, butter warmers and saut‚ pans along with open stock cookware and cookware sets; high performance aluminum non-stick cookware; enameled aluminum non-stick cookware; porcelain enameled non-stick cookware; classic aluminum cookware; coffee carafes and tea kettles.