10 of Our Favorite Small Cookware Brands Are Holding Rare Holiday Sales — Here’s What to Buy ASAP

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The holidays may look a bit different this year, but at least one thing remains the same: Cyber Monday sales! Right now, you can score big on Kitchn editors’ favorite direct-to-consumer cookware companies. These high-quality brands don’t sell their products in stores, choosing to sell directly to the consumer on their websites instead. This means that their resources are spent on materials and design (instead of marketing and distribution to stores). The result? A superior product that often sells out and rarely ever goes on sale. That makes these steep Cyber Monday deals extra special, which is why you won’t want to miss out. So whether you’re looking to upgrade your battered kitchen arsenal or score big on holiday gifts for fellow home chefs, you’ll find some fantastic deals below!

Looking for more great deals? Check out our complete Cyber Monday sale coverage here.

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Our Place
was $150.00

With respectfully sourced materials, ethically responsible factories, and a mandate to cut down on waste, “Our Place” isn’t just a name, it’s a mission. And it’s one they’ve accomplished with their Always Pan. It’s eight items in one — no, really. It’s a fry pan, sauté pan, steamer, skillet, saucier, saucepan, non-stick pan, and spatula (it’s in the handle, which doubles as a spoon rest). Plus, the Always Pan is really cute. Only drawback? Once you get it, you won’t be able to stop talking about it. We know from experience: We can’t stop raving about it either. And at $95 (use code SUPERSALE during checkout) it’s a total steal!

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Made In

Durable enough to hold its own in a commercial kitchen — but stylish enough for a home chef — Made In’s cookware and tableware have earned fans in Kitchn editors and readers alike. (I have their plates and they’re sleek, stylish, and really sturdy.) Their Black Friday sale includes the cult-favorite — and often sold-out — Blue Carbon Steel Frying Pan. Boasting even heat and sloped sides, it’s “a skillet that will make you feel like a pro chef,” according to Assistant Food Editor Meghan Splawn. The much-loved Santoku Knife is also on sale, along with essential pots and pans and more. Here's everything we're adding to our carts!

3 / 10
was $545.00

Those gorgeous pinky-beige pots you’ve seen all over Instagram? They’re from Caraway, which specializes in environmentally friendly ceramic cookware that’s also gorgeous. (That hue is their signature “perracotta” color, a rosy terracotta shade.) The ceramic means it’s naturally nonstick, making cleanup “ridiculously easy.” For Black Friday, you can snag a whopping 20 percent off multiple purchases, so now’s the right time to pick up a cookware set for you (it even comes with its own organizer) and the Kitchn editor-loved Dutch oven for a friend (or also for you — you deserve it!). And if you skip the Dutch oven, you’ll still snag 15 percent off the set.

4 / 10
was $35.00

They offer attractive — but also well-designed — cookware and utensils, but when you’re talking about Material, you have to rave about the cutting boards. These cult-favorite reBoards are always sold out and with good reason. For starters, they come in a variety of gorgeous candy-colored hues, including two new limited-edition colors. (Of her set, Managing Editor Lauren said, “I continuously marvel at how beautiful it is whenever I pull it out.”) But these boards offer more than just looks: Made of recycled kitchen plastic mixed with renewable sugarcane for toughness, the boards are good for the environment — and you. As Lauren said, “It never slides across the counter while I’m chopping, like some of my other cutting boards do (which is super dangerous!).” And with a sitewide Cyber Monday sale offering up to 25 percent off, now’s your chance to snag the must-have reBoard Cutting Board, along with their popular coated fry pan and knives.

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Great Jones

With cheekily named items, bold colors, and reliable performance, Great Jones has quickly become a favorite of Kitchn editors — which is why a sitewide 20 percent off sale is, well, great. A current favorite? The vivid blue sheet pan, saucily named the Holy Sheet. Great Jones gave the boring ol’ silver rectangle a major glow-up, coating it in blue (or green) ceramic and making it instantly cute and oh-so-covetable. And while Great Jones took great pains with the design — like reinforcing it with steel rods so it won’t warp like other sheet pans — the color is what really makes it. As contributor Danielle Centoni pointed out, “I can just bring the whole pan to the table and it feels special.” Besides the Holy Sheet, here’s everything we’re eyeing from Great Jones’ Cyber Monday sale.

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Abbio Kitchen
was $355.00

They only make a few things, but what Abbio does make, they make very well. This DTC brand offers tri-ply stainless steel and aluminum, manufactured in the same factories as other, more well-known (but highly secret) cookware brands. For Cyber Monday, you can score 25 percent off (use code AbbioBF25) and get the entire collection, which includes nonstick skillets that “work impressively well” and a stockpot “that could probably double as a Dutch oven in a pinch, as it can go in the oven,” according to Food Editor-at-Large Christine, who tested Abbio’s whole line for a year.

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Proclamation Goods Co.

Minimizing waste is a big component of the Proclamation Goods mission, one accomplished with the Proclamation Duo, a multi-tasking pan that can cook in dozens of ways (but without the dozens of pans or accessories). This nifty, stainless-steel cookware set includes a skillet and stockpot, but the pieces can “lock together” to become a Dutch oven. It’s a “total workhorse” according to Contributor Dana, who tested it out and dubbed it a “worthwhile investment.” And with the company’s Cyber Monday sale, your investment will be $50 less — but they give you the option to donate that discount to charity for a gift with purchase.

8 / 10
was $625.00

Flashy design is nice, but what Sardel really cares about are the important but often invisible details — like 5-ply stainless-steel construction, hollow handles that are heat-resistant (and lighter), and oven-safe cookware that’s manufactured in a family-owned Italian factory that’s been in business for more than 100 years. They even sell a line of carefully curated oils and vinegars! And while you can buy the cookware a la carte, you can’t go wrong with the full set, especially when it’s 20 percent off.

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Field Company
was $150.00

The classic American cast-iron skillet gets a modern upgrade thanks to Field Company, which offers solid construction and better-with-age elements of traditional cast iron, but with a lighter construction that makes it easier to use every day. And with their Cyber Monday deal, score up to 40 percent off and stock up on skillets for yourself, or gift them to everyone on your list. Yep, the deals are that good: Buy one skillet, get one half off (use code BOGOHO); buy two, get one free (use code B2G1); buy three, get two free (code B3G2). All you have to do is pick your skillet size (there’s a sizable 13-inch skillet that’ll fit everything).

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Pattern Brands
was $363.00

There’s nonstick — and then there’s Equal Parts. Their Teflon, PFOA/PTFE-free nonstick ceramic cleans up with just a swipe of a cloth or sponge. With credentials like that, you’ll want to snag the Cookware Set, which includes workhorses like the 10-inch Essential Pan that can sauté, fry, and even bake, since it’s oven-safe for up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. And since they’re designed to stack up and store easily, you can clean up and put everything away quickly, leaving you more time to kick back and enjoy your meal.