Frieling is known as an American company that handles the manufacture and distribution of high-end kitchen products, from kitchen utensils to coffee accessories. Founded by Monika and Bernard Schnacke in 1988, it has a variety of strategic alliances with international brands such as: Helios, Woll, Emsa, Cilio, Zielonka, Durgol, Kuchenprofi, Spring Switzerland, Zassenhaus and Zenker. The company is located in Fort Mill SC.
It is a company that specializes in fresh and innovative solutions to develop products of the highest quality for its customers. Its mission is look for new solutions because its daily objective is offer the solution to your problem. They have the trust of their customers in North America, and also abroad.
The Cilio line has a variety of table accessories that have a high quality design. Products range from wooden carafes to kitchen timers. These are manufactured with the same high standards of the other lines to meet the needs of their customers. They use fine materials with a formative design. In the beginning, its products revolved around the culture of coffee and the Mediterranean lifestyle, while today they focus more on a diverse range of espresso coffee. Always emphasizing its objective, which is aimed at offering innovative products to provide an experience of joy and quality to its consumers within your home.
- Mortar and pestle made of solid uncoated white marble for longevity
- Grind or crush whole spices and herbs
- Releases full flavor and essential oils
- Untreated inside features a coarse finish to facilitate grinding
- Tall walls won't let ingredients escape; pestles are heavy, yet comfortable to hold
- Measures 3.25" x 2.25" x 4""; wipe clean with damp cloth
Professional delivery is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery for you.
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