Porcelain round tart dish 9" / 22cm white - Pillivuyt
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Porcelain round tart dish 9" / 22cm white - General Collection - Pillivuyt

Ref : PL280321BL1
The porcelain round tart dishes 9" / 22cm white from the General Collection Pillivuyt are made of highly resistant porcelain which allows rapid heat transfer. These porcelain round tart dishes 9" / 22cm white Pillivuyt are resistant to all types of shocks and scratches.
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Product description and specifications

The porcelain round tart dishes 9" / 22cm white from the General Collection Pillivuyt are made of highly resistant porcelain which allows rapid heat transfer. These porcelain round tart dishes 9" / 22cm white Pillivuyt are resistant to all types of shocks and scratches.

Brand Pillivuyt
Collection General Collection
Country of manufacture France
Reference PL280321BL1
Diameter 22cm
Packaging Singly sold
Colors White
Materials Porcelain
Use advice Can be used in traditional electric oven
Care Dishwasher and microwave safe

Care


  • China / Porcelain

    The crockery in porcelain is particularly resistant and, unless otherwise indicated in the product details, go to the dishwasher. In case of a hand washing, we advise you to use a soft sponge and a cloth which does not scratch to dry your China crockery. If you do want to use a cleaning product, the best option is to take a housework product that is both universal and alimentary.

    It is worth noting that some products in porcelain such as ramekins and others go to traditional ovens and microwaves. Nonetheless, be vigilant to respect the instruction rules and among others, the temperatures recommended by the sellers. Besides the baking dishes which are especially made to be heat-resistant, the porcelain will badly withstand thermal shocks. Therefore, you better not place cold crockery directly into a hot oven.



     

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