PST Series Unlined Copper Round-Bottomed Pan

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for Steam-Maries and Zabagliones

Ladies and gentlemen, dear Soy customers,

Behold the ultimate confectionery tool!

The Soy PST-Class Zabaglione Pans are thicker, harder and sturdier than their European counterparts, while possessing a more refined yet function-oriented design, patented by us.

You will truly enjoy making sweets and desserts with your Soy PST pan, whether on steam or on live fire or ice.

The current Soy Handles are of our own patented alloy of Sand-Cast Solid Bronze, painstakingly filed by hand by our artisans that come from Jeweler backgrounds, and will basically last a lifetime.

They are mounted on the main body with 6 rivets each made of Solid Copper and are extremely sturdy, yet easily removable by us if maintenance is needed.

The alloy of bronze we use (the Soyactite) is developed in-house in 2012, and is highly unlike our Western-European counterparts, who mostly use a very conductive alloy of brass or aluminum bronze, ours remains a very hard and refractory alloy, that has 5 x the performance of cast iron.

 Also owing to its patented trident design, the handle heats up pretty slowly, even slower than cast-iron equipped French or Belgian pans. Under industrial fire, it takes 5 to 6 times to heat up until uncomfortably hot when compared side by side with a French competitor product of the same bulk.


All models of the PST Series do come equipped with one long handle while possessing a small bronze hook at the edge, to hook up it to lager pots when cooking on steam. (see pictures).



-1.5 millimeters for the PST12 and PST16

-2.0 millimeters for the PST20


Lifetime "Heritage" warranty for non-professional use, please see conditions on our website.


 -If you want a custom name engraving (by hand, not exceeding 20 characters),  please add 'Engraving' item to your cart.



Do NOT use this product to cook any savory dishes as it is made, as the name says, only with Unlined Solid Copper. Only use it to make sweets and confectionery.

**Lid not included.

  • * Do not use your Soy in the microwave, copper & silver are metals after all!
  • * Do not use metal utensils or scratch your Soy as it will remove the platingHand-wash your Soy and do not put in the diswasher.
  • * Use mild dishwashing soap and do not use metal sponges or the green side of the sponge
  • * Given the nature of the metal, both copper and silver will change color and tarnish as they get used & upon contact with air, water, and acidic ingredients.
  • * This is totally normal and doesn't affect cooking properties.
  • * They are still safe to use and there is no health risks.
  • * If you want to get them back to their original state, just rub your Soy with a lemon sliced in half, covered with table salt or baking soda.
  • * Rinse it with warm water, dry it and voila!
  • * As with cart-iron skillets, a light coating of oil before storing protects it over time.
  • * This method works on both copper and silver.
  • * You can also clean your Soy with ashes (cigarette ash, fireplace ash, etc.).You can also always use food-safe silver polish.
  • * We recommend brands like Hagerty or Goddard's.
  • * Please watch our video on how to clean your Soy products: