Nardelli is a family-owned company based in NJ. All of our products are handmade or assembled in Italy. We started this company with the goal of providing our customers with high-quality cookware at an affordable price. We have taken cast iron cookware, a kitchen staple, and given it a more modern, stylish, and inherently Italian design. While still maintaining the functionality and durability that has made cast iron the premier choice in cookware for centuries. 

Legacy is very important to us. Our company name Nardelli, was inspired by our grandfather Rocco Coviello. The name Nardelli is a family clan name, that dates back centuries. Our grandfather was born into a poor family in the small village of Miracolo (which means miracle) in the Basilicata region of Italy. No more than 100 meters from his house stood Castello Lagopesole (the castle pictured in our logo). Every day he would look at the castle from his window, dreaming of a better life. He immigrated to the United States in 1954 in pursuit of the American dream. He worked hard to make that dream a reality. As an Italian American company, we combine the style and beauty of Italy, with the ingenuity and determination of America. We haven’t forgotten where we come from or where we are going. We strive to keep that same hunger for excellence and innovation that our grandfather had. 

At Nardelli, we try to provide long-lasting cookware that will truly enrich your cooking experience. Our cookware is an investment, yet affordable. We only use the finest quality cast iron, combined with rich, deep enameled finish, making it not only beautiful but reliable as well. We don’t just want our customers to be satisfied, we want Nardelli cookware to be a special part in each of our customers' lives. Some of our most memorable moments are shared in the kitchen at the table, they are usually the ones we remember most. At Nardelli we want to be there alongside you, helping you make those memories. 

When you buy Nardelli, you are buying into our family, our legacy, and our tradition.