When I cleaned up our house last Christmas, I found this pan in the pile of my old stuffs. Hmm I remember I bought this pan years ago when I was in college. It was on sale at a popular department store. It has no brand indicated on it, so I will just assume it was specially made by the store where I bought it, Galeria. It has 18cm diameter, just perfect if we want to fry some eggs or sausage or bacon. The handle is made from very solid material and comfortable to grip. The pan is not lightweight; it's rather heavy in any way and could this weight indicate that this pan has good quality? I don't know but from my experience, yes, it is likely that the more weight a pan has, it is better in quality. This pan is not made from Teflon, though it resembles Teflon (don't get deceived by its appearance that looks like Teflon). I'm not so sure what it is made from; it's definitely not Teflon but it is still made from non-sticky material, and a good thing that it's thick. I know I can rely on this pan. And I'm glad that I found it along with my other old stuffs. Now I often use this pan, though I already have a Teflon one. This is a reliable cooking pan and I'm happy cooking with it.