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Dishwasher, oven and microwave-safe.
Stack the smaller sizes inside the larger of the same range, to save space when not in use.
|Length:||10 ¾ "|
|Height:||2 ¼ "|
|Weight Gross:||2 lb 5 oz|
|Weight Net:||2 lb 4 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.10 cu.ft|
Wash this product before using it for the first time.
We have serving dishes, serving plates and bowls in glass and ceramics. Perfect if you want to cook the food and serve it from the same bowl or dish. Both materials withstand heat and cold - but like all ovenware, they are sensitive to drastic changes in temperature and risk cracking. That's why you should never transfer them directly from a hot oven to a cold surface. Bon appetite!
Glass is a material that offers endless possibilities - whether it's mouth-blown or machine made. Glass consists mostly of sand, mixed with soda and limestone. For heat-resistant, oven-safe glass, borosilicate is also added. Glass may be decorated by adding color to the molten glass, by grinding, blasting or engraving a pattern into the glass. A print may also be fired into the glass. Nothing is impossible.
Borosilicate glass can handle conditions that are a bit too tough for ordinary household glass. It’s very impact and scratch resistant and withstands rapid temperature changes, allowing you to take it directly from the freezer to the oven – or vice versa. And if it somehow breaks, it shatters into large pieces with less risk of someone getting hurt. Simply a tougher type of glass.