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Emile Henry presents a collection of beautiful, oven-safe, ceramic mixing bowls designed to be kitchen staples for mixing pizza dough, sauces, batters, salad dressings or marinades; for storing leftovers; for whipping up eggs and for serving salads and pastas. These mixing bowls feature deep sides so bakers and cooks have ample working room to stir, mix and whisk.
Beautiful Ceramic Bowls that are Multi-taskers!
Like Emile Henry ovenware, these three ceramic mixing bowls are durable and heat resistant. They are oven-, microwave- and dishwasher-safe and can withstand the demands of kitchen use without chipping or cracking. The interiors of the bowls are glazed in the crisp Emile Henry blanc (white). The exteriors are glazed in the Mediterranean colors. The simple lines and translucent glazes are both elegant and striking making the Emile Henry Ceramic Mixing Bowls lovely serving bowls and kitchen accents.
The small bowl measures 6.8 inches in diameter; the medium bowl measures 8.4 inches in diameter, and the large bowl measures 10.2 inches in diameter.
Emile Henry's Oven Ceramic bakeware and tableware is made in Marcigny France since 1850 from high fired Burgundy clay. The natural clay is unsurpassed for conducting and retaining heat. Emile Henry's Oven Ceramic is made with an exclusive process to produce strong and durable ceramic bakeware and tableware for everyday use.
- Resistance Against Mechanical Shocks: During everyday use, there are many opportunities to bang a dish or a set of plates. Particularly resistant to shocks, our ceramic is even used in restaurants!
- Resistance Against Temperature Changes: A dish or stewpot should be able to withstand wide variations in temperature. Our ceramics allow our products to be taken directly from the freezer to the hot oven (+250°C/500°F).
- Resistance Against Fading Colors: Heat, the dishwasher or sharp instruments will all have an ageing effect on a product. Our glazes are particularly resistant to the dishwasher and the most aggressive of detergents.