Handmade ceramic plate Couteau Lagune ideal as a fish plate - ARTISANN

    Handmade ceramic plate Couteau Lagune ideal as a fish plate or presentation for everyday use as well as for catering

    ARTISANN i-Design Handmade ceramic plate Couteau Lagune ideal as a fish plate or presentation for everyday use as well as for catering

    €42,00

    ARTISANN i-Design

    Handmade ceramic plate Couteau Lagune ideal as a fish plate or presentation for everyday use as well as for catering

    €42,00

    Stock: 2 - 2-5 dagen

    • Free shipping From €100,-

    This handmade unique and contemporary shell-shaped plate has a spacious clear presentation bottom. Original service makes the experience of your dish just that little bit more special and unique than commercial service.

    Product description

    This handmade plate "Couteau" from Chefs Artisann I-line is ideal for presenting sole, asparagus, crustaceans, ....

    As a chef or hobby cook, you have a spacious, clear presentation surface. Your creativity comes into its own on this blackboard board.

    The couteau plates are all unique. Easy to handle and stack.This plate is only available in chamotte clay with a high-quality Lagune glaze.

    Making process

    • Made on a mold with natural chamotte clay

    • Let it dry slowly for a week

    • Baking biscuits in oven up to 950°

    • The Lagune (own recipe) glaze is applied with a brush.

    • Is fired in a glaze oven at 1250°, making the plates very high quality and dishwasher safe.

    Each plate is labeled with the "a" from Artisann and is patented.

    All our signs also carry the HIB label, which means "Handmade in Belgium" and we are proud of that.Dimensions

    Dimension

    Bord LaguneLengthWidth
    L37cm22cm

     

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