SMALL JUG COAL BLACK

MMFE1PJBL
A word from MillMakers
"Fresh herbs, milk, and emulsions : this small enameled pitcher naturally finds its way to the dining table, or just as well to near your piano while you wait for your dishes to cook. It is very convenient for temporarily storing the wooden spoon or the fork which one uses to check up on a dish that is simmering."

SMALL JUG COAL BLACK

MMFE1PJBL
€19.17
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PRODUCT INFO

Small pitcher (1 pint Jug) in enamelled black, which can be used for milk, sauces or any other liquid. It is also very suitable for bouquets of freshly cut herbs from the garden.

Enamelware is solid stuff. Made by fusing porcelain onto heavy-gauge steel, it is durable, smooth, chemically resistant and it can assume brilliant, long-lasting colours. Dishwasher-safe and oven-safe up to 530°F/270°C, it can be used on gas and electric hobs and won’t burn. If you drop it, it may chip but it won’t break (and, in our opinion, that just adds to its character).

Handcrafted

MATERIAL AND SIZE

Height / Ø 9 cm x H 11 cm
Material / Enamel
Content / 0.586 liters (> one pint)
Color / Coal Black. Inside White.

HOW TO USE

Falcon is oven-safe up to 530°F / 270°C and can be used on gas and electric hobs.

Falcon is also freezer-safe, just allow the required time for defrosting before placing the product in the oven.

Do not use any Falcon enamelware product in the microwave, because our products are made of glass fused onto heavy gauge steel: it is not possible to use them to cook or re-heat any food in the microwave.

To clean Falcon Enamelware, you can use Lemon juice. Lemon juice can remove stains from Falcon enamelware products, such as tea stains on mugs. Soaking the products in warm soapy water will help remove baked on food, but avoid using abrasive sponges or brushes as this may scratch the surface.

In case your enamelware chips, you can still use it just like any other ceramic.

The outer porcelain layer can chip if dropped, revealing the steel beneath it. When this happens the steel below naturally oxidises and the enamelware remains safe to use. Plus, in our opinion, it gains a little more character.

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