IITTALA ORIGO SERVING BOWL ORANGE 2.5 qt

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Designed Alfredo Haberli, this 2 qt Origo Serving Bowl is a feast for the eyes! Origo Bowls are oven, dishwasher and microwave safe. Award winning design: iF Design Award 2002 (Germany), Excellent Swedish Design Award (Utmarkelsen svensk form) 2001 (Sweden), Zakka of The Year 2001 (Japan). Origo’s bold striped pattern adds a colorful accent to any table, and its pieces combine perfectly with other Iittala tableware to bring ambiance and upscale sophistication to any meal. Origo’s timeless style and infinitely combinable form is a perfect example of lasting, functional design that transcends trends. Material: Porcelain Size: 10" x 10" x 2.75" (2.5 qt) Designed by Alfredo Häberli: An internationally established designer based in Zurich, Alfredo Häberli’s unique style unites tradition with innovation, joy and energy. He works with prestigious design companies such as Alias and Cappellini, among others. Porcelain Iittala uses vitro porcelain, which is a modern, durable porcelain with a slightly off-white shade. All Iittala china is oven, microwave and freezer safe. Do not, however, take a dish straight from the oven and put it into a cold, wet surface or put it on steel. Do not put a dish straight into a hot oven from the freezer. A dish filled with liquid is not freezer safe, as liquid expands when it freezes. Do not use the dish if it has a crack because in a sudden temperature change the dish can break. And finally if you cook frozen food in the microwave it should be cooked in low-heat. As it is mainly knives that are pressed hardest against the surface of plates, the majority of cutlery manufacturers now make serrated knives from tempered steel. (It is not worth making serrated knives from non-tempered stainless steel as the serrated edge would wear down quite quickly.) The stainless steel of cutlery is relatively soft and can cause black spots on the porcelain if pressed hard against the surface of plates. The spots can not be removed with regular washing, but gently rub a metal scrubbing agent onto the surface. To maintain the durability of the glazed surface, avoid friction while piling the plates. Freezer safe Iittala items are freezer safe, but hot dishes and foods should be cooled before placed in the freezer. Similarly frozen dishes should not be placed in a hot oven or microwave oven. Do not freeze liquids as they expand when frozen. Oven safe Most Iittala cooking and porcelain items are oven safe up to 250 ºC. The base of the dish should be covered with liquid or food while in the oven. The distance to the oven grill should be at least 10 cm. Do not place a hot Iittala dish in the freezer or a cold dish in a hot oven. Microwave safe Iittala porcelain and heat-resistant glass items are microwave oven safe and can be used for defrosting, re-heating and cooking in the microwave oven. However, do not defrost frozen porcelain dishes, i.e. dishes with food recently taken out of the freezer, on full effect in the microwave oven. Dishwasher safe Iittala products marked with the “dishwasher safe” symbol can be washed in the dishwasher. Place the dishes in the dishwasher so that they do not touch each other during the wash cycle, as that may result in shipping. Fill the dishwasher evenly on both levels. Rinse very dirty dishes before washing them in the dishwasher. Rinsing for example milk glasses before washing in the dishwasher is rec-ommended as dairy products may create a cloudy film on the glass when washed in high tempera-tures. All of Iittala’s utility glasses can be washed in the dishwasher. The glasses should be positioned in the top rack of the dishwasher so that they do not touch each other during the wash cycle. The surface area of glass expands when heated and therefore glasses should not be stacked while still warm from washing as they then may stick together and break. Delicate stemware, pitchers and jugs, mugs, large-footed dessert bowls and objects with glass of varying thickness should be washed by hand

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