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Emile Henry Utensil Holder, Cerise Red

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Marcigny, a small town nestling between the hills of Southern Burgundy, has been home to Emile Henry for the past 150 years. Faithful to its origins, the entire production is carried out here. Thanks to its clay, rich in refractory properties, Burgundy has remained a fertile area for potters, passing on their savoir-faire from generation to generation. Clay, a natural and noble material, has been used since the mists of the time to cook or preserve food. While respecting the traditional techniques, Emile Henry has introduced technological improvements (Ceradon ®) so that the dishes are more resistant to mechanical and thermal shock. Strong, durable, all Emile Henry pieces can be taken directly from the freezer to the hot oven, can go under a broiler and is microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe. The natural clay is unsurpassed for conducting and retaining heat..

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Made of heavy stoneware that keeps a bouquet of kitchen utensils upright, this straight-sided crock from Emile Henry’s Provencal line is saturated with color inside and out. The utensil holder measures 6 inches tall and 5-1/4 inches across its mouth, which is defined by a simple rolled lip. Otherwise, the holder is unadorned in classic Provencal style.

Renowned for their quality and durability, high-fired Emile Henry ceramics have been crafted in the Burgundy region of France since 1850. Even after years of use, the glossy, translucent glaze on Emile Henry stoneware won’t discolor, crackle, or show utensil marks. While this crock probably won’t need to go in the oven, freezer, or microwave, it is safe for all those applications and the dishwasher as well. Each Emile Henry piece, individually inspected and stamped, is backed by a three-year warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri

Emile Henry Utensil Holder, Cerise Red

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