Mini Cheese Fondue Pot, Black
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Mini Cheese Fondue Pot, Black

$65.00
Est. Arrival: Jul 01 - Jul 09
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CARE dishwasher-safe
COLOR black
DIMENSIONS 7.5" x 5.7" x 1.4"
MADE OF cast iron
SKU 40901374
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 01 - Jul 09
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Staub's ceramic bakeware combines design with functionality and eco-friendliness. Produced in France of ecologically safe materials, their high-fired, chip-resistant dishes are made from a special clay allowing for even heat distribution, which in turn enables optimal baking performance, time after time.
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Prepare succulent, delicious fondues with ease with the help of this mini fondue pot, crafted exquisitely of enameled cast iron. Made in France.

About the Brand
Staub's ceramic bakeware combines design with functionality and eco-friendliness. Produced in France of ecologically safe materials, their high-fired, chip-resistant dishes are made from a special clay allowing for even heat distribution, which in turn enables optimal baking performance, time after time.
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