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S/4 Enamelware Sandwich Plates, Aqua
Now: $45.00 Was: $56.00
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CARE dishwasher safe and oven safe
COLOR aqua/white
DIMENSIONS 8.5"Dia
MADE OF steel/porcelain enamel
SET OF 4
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Apr 26 - May 01
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Colorful and classic, easy to clean and simple to store, Golden Rabbit enamelware is at home in country pantries and sleek urban kitchens alike. Perfect for everyday dining, grand-scale entertaining, and everything in between, it makes an effortless transition from oven to table to dishwasher (and back again). FDA lead and cadmium tests are conducted on every new product, and items are regularly tested by independent U.S. labs.
Why we love this

With its porcelain finish, these fun and festive plates may look fragile, but they're literally as tough as steel--in fact, beneath the porcelain is heavy-grade carbon steel.

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