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Tegame - Porcelain Enamel Casserole Teal

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Title | Teal Blue

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Handmade by: RIESS

Color: Teal Blue and Eggplant

Material: Porcelain Enamel

Dimensions: 

Teal Blue: 16 x 6 cm.

Eggplant: 20 x 8.5 cm.

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About the Product:

An eco-chic collection that meets the needs of the modern kitchen and corresponds with the latest cooking trends. Both beautiful and multi-functional, combining cookware and tableware, Tegame is perfect for healthy cooking. Its stunning color palettes and long square handles help you be creative while presenting soups, vegetable dishes or risotto in a fun and casual setting.

About the Collection:

With over 450 years of experience, Austrian kitchenware label RIESS is an authority in porcelain enamel cookware and bakeware. Each piece of the collection is of the highest quality, handmade by artisans using pure mineral resources such as quartz, clay, steel, 100% recyclable, and food safe. Additionally, each pot, casserole dish, and baking pan has fun and innovative designs and colors.

What is porcelain enamel you ask? In case you're not familiar, porcelain enamel is composed of glass fused together with high-quality iron at extremely high temperatures. The results of this union are astounding. Not only is porcelain enamel extremely strong and scratch-resistant, it's also nickel free, anti-bacterial, easy to clean, and chemical free.  

Care Instructions:

  • Dishwasher safe using the gentle cycle. However manufacturer recommends manual cleaning.
  • Do not clean with steel wool
  • Oven safe and suitable for all types of stoves - including induction
  • Variant: Teal Blue
  • SKU: RIES-TEGAM-CK-BLU
  • In Stock: 4
  • Weight: 1.4 kg
  • Product Type: Porcelain Enamel

Tegame - Porcelain Enamel Casserole...

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Title

Teal Blue

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