Copper cookware is a worldwide selection of chefs from beginner to expert. The reason is that a large heat retention and heat conductive properties that allow for quick heating and preparation of appetizers and side dishes. Copper is very durable but may, from time to time, become tarnished.
It has no effect on the properties of cookware itself and can be cleaned to improve the aesthetics of cookware. Most chefs do not bother to remove the tarnish as it is a constant struggle. Copper cookware is more expensive than stainless steel and aluminum but the money is worth it as a quality set will last generations.
Realizing the potential, many companies that have introduced copper bottom cookware to take advantage of copper's heat properties and reduce costs to the consumer. It is packed design similar to that used in stainless steel cookware when paired with aluminum for its heat properties.
Copper is extremely durable, such as stainless steel, but do not need the introduction of other metals to increase the thermal conductivity. In addition to copper cookware cooking properties, it can be visually attractive addition to your kitchen. People will rave about how nice your kitchen looks with the pans hung over your island or stove.