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Polish Pottery 4TH OF JULY 1.5-Liter Covered Stoneware Casserole | ARTISAN

Pattern: 4TH OF JULY
US$163.99

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SKU: 1793-DU126 4TH OF JULY

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POLISH POTTERY | POLISH STONEWARE 1.5L COVERED CASSEROLE FEATURED IN ARTISAN 4TH OF JULY

POLISH POTTERY | POLISH STONEWARE 1.5L COVERED CASSEROLE FEATURED IN 4TH OF JULY

Pottery Avenue’s, Covered Casserole Dish will make a wonderful addition to your Polish pottery collection or a great, first piece. This exceptional Polish stoneware is ideal for baking or serving and stunning kitchen decor. Imagine your stew, roast or casseroles baked in this beautifully hand painted dish. The high-quality clay from Boleslawiec, Poland makes this handcrafted stoneware oven, dishwasher, stove, and microwave safe. The patented formula glaze gives it shine and luster while providing a smooth, naturally non-stick surface for easy cleaning. Designed in an elegant oval shape, this casserole dish comes with a top handled lid for added convenience.

Dimensions: 7.6” (H) x 10” (W) x 12.5” (L).

STONEWARE 4TH OF JULY COVERED CASSEROLE

• Dimensions: 10.5" (L) x 8.5" (W) x 3.5" (H) (5.5 with lid) • Holds 5 Cups or 1.5L

• Microwave, oven, freezer and dishwasher safe

• Each Item is certified to bake up to 480 degrees

• Stoneware must be room temperature prior to use in a microwave or hot oven

• Avoid drastic temperature swings

• Free of Lead and Cadmium

• Polish Stoneware is not intended for stove top use

• To insure longevity of your stoneware, it is recommended not to put the piece too close to the heat source such as the broiler or bottom of the oven.

Contact your Pottery Avenue personal shopper for more information.

Designed by Janina Bany-Kozlowska who has been awarded many medals of honor the highest being the Medal for Merit to Culture Gloria Artis award. The highest and most prestigious award an artist can receive. 1793-DU126 4th of July