The story of the brand Zwilling starts in Germany in 1731, year in which Peter Henckels creates the knives trademark using the symbol of twins.
The grandnephew Johann Abraham Henckels gives to the company the current name ZWILLING J.A. HENCKELS and with his work the trademark begins to become famous.
In 1818 in Berlin a branch is opened to get closer to prospective customers; with the first awards received at the World Fairs of London and Paris the brand begins to expand at international level and a way of extraordinary success starts.
In 2008 Zwilling expands towards the sector of pots with the acquisition of two renowned brands: the French trademark Staub, famous for its enamel cast iron pots of high quality and the Belgian trademark Demeyere, well-known for its stainless steel pots.
The products for the kitchen and the table of Zwilling are based on innovation and use of materials of quality such as the steel, that guarantee design and functionality at the same time; customers of the whole world are attracted by these articles for their versatility and durability.
Zwilling has the objective to create very accurate products for modern kitchens, enhancing the international culinary culture.