Cherry Colander Gift Set
There’s nothing quite like gathering with family and friends to share a meal, and we believe in making it easy and beautiful. Golden Rabbit is the leading brand of enamelware oven-to-table dinnerware in America. Golden Rabbit’s distinctive designs, unparalleled quality and practical functionality have made it the trusted name for home gourmets.
2-piece giftboxed set includes 1½ quart colander with 8 inch plate, 9 x 9 x 6 inch gift box
*Oven & Stovetop Safe
*Works with Induction
We welcome orders from around the world. Some of our items ship directly from MB and others ship directly from the artisan, therefore items ordered together may arrive separately. You will receive all shipment details in your checkout follow up.
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Golden Rabbit enamelware is created using a traditional handmade production method that has changed very little since the late 18th century. Each piece is hand-dipped and fired at extremely high temperatures causing the steel to contract and fusing the porcelain enamel to the steel, creating a durable, non-porous surface. Slight color variations and imperfections are a natural byproducts of this craft and are not due to any inattention to detail. These inherent aspects of the enameling process are a part of the charm and uniqueness that make enamelware so popular.
For everyday use, Golden Rabbit enamelware is safe for cleaning in the dishwasher. We do not recommend soaking the enamelware, as this can cause rusting to occur around the rim. Should rusting occur, use a mild abrasive cleaner, like a ceramic stovetop cleaner, to gently remove the spot. This can also be used to remove marks made by metal flatware.
Weight: 20.0000 "
Length: 18 "
Width: 14 "
Height: 11 "
I use my blackbett colander set as a berry bowl (or cherry tomatos) and leave it our on the counter to snacking. Everyone comments on it, I think because it's such a classic and useful piece. Reminds me of "the old days" in my Maw Maw's kitchen. -Brandee