Pierre in Fran. \'S 1984 this is a digital version of an article from The Times Print Archive, before it starts online in 1996. To keep these articles as they appear initially, the Times will not change, edit, or update them. There are occasional copywriting errors or other problems during the digitization process. Please send a report of such issues to archid_feedback @ nytimes. com. In terms of innovative design of cookware, Italians have been leading in this field in recent years. Some of the most beautiful and efficient pot bowls, pans pots and a variety of machines have come out of Italy -- The dollar strengthened against the lira and the price was relatively low. One of the best The designed pan bowl pans basin I \'ve tried recently was made by a company called Serafino Zani. Heavy line-duty stainless- The steel pans and pans on this photo are both clever and nice. This set alone can meet the needs of 90% chefs. The design of the pan bowl pans basin allows them to be used separately- Frying pan, pan- Or stack three-, two-or one- A double-deck ship Or the Mary Bain hotel. The jar was designed to have a smaller jar upside down and placed on a larger one to create a highdome steamer. Steamed Thistle or other large vegetables can help, for example. Pan bowl pans basin is made by 1. 2-millimeter- Thick, 18/10 stainless steel. Base has a quarter. inch- Thick layer of aluminum alloy sandwiched between steel. Aluminum is added because it conducts heat faster than stainless steel. Advertising pure stainless steel handles will get warm after a long time of cooking, so always use potholders. The appeal of stainless steel is that it is very durable and easy to clean. The scene here includes an 8- Quart Stockportand-a-half- 10-10 quart cooker Frypan in inches, one-and-a-half- Quart casserole, each with a lid and a steamer grill with a handle. Various accessories can be ordered, double furnaces can be added, additional steamer board, etc. This set of equipment will be a fine holiday gift for young people who organize his or her first kitchen. Macy\'s Herald Square has ads for Serafino Zani series stainless steel cookware for $342, after November. 15 at Neiman- Marcus of White Plains, $310. A version of this article was printed on page C00002 of the National edition on November 7, 1984, with the title: kitchen equipment; Cookware from Italy.