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Pots, Pans & Saucepans

Investing in quality cookware is a must if you want it to last for years to come. If you’re looking to replace or upgrade your current pots and pans, look no further. Browse our wide range of pots and pans sets, non-stick frypans, cookware sets, woks, stock pots and more for all types of cooking now.

Upgrade your pots and pans with our stunning cookware

Whether it’s boiling, broiling, roasting, steaming or frying, you can find a huge range of sets, stainless steel pans, saucepans, frying pans and woks for all your cooking needs. No matter what type you choose, you can rely on their precision manufacturing, reliable cooking performance and durability. 

Choose from the latest cookware brands

Our latest cookware collection comes with everything from flat pancake pans to stainless steel skillets, incredible value cast iron pans and casserole dishes, to speciality steak griddles. We have wonderful stock pots that allow you to cook up big batches of soups, stocks and pasta with ease.

You’ll also love our steamers and oven trays. Our extensive selection comes in different sizes and with design features, so you can easily pick and choose from a wide range to find exactly the cookware you’re after and whip up those recipes in style. 

Discover the finest pots and pans in NZ at Briscoes

At Briscoes, we specialise in pots, frying pans, woks, stock pots, cookware, steamers and all your other essential homewares from high-quality brands like Brabantia, Kitchenaid cookware, Scanpan and even Tefal pans. 

Frequently asked questions

Your frequently asked questions about pots, pans and saucepans.

Are pots and saucepans the same?

There are several differences between pots and saucepans. Most notably, pots usually are larger and taller than saucepans. Because of this, pots are better for stews and stocks, whereas saucepans are better for sauces. 

What’s the difference between a saucepan and frypan?

A frypan is better for searing and frying, whereas a saucepan is better for sauces. Visually, a frying pan has slanted sides, whereas a saucepan's sides are commonly 90 degrees.